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Category list : HP. Competences for pharmacists working in hospital practice

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  • Peer review involves the unbiased, independent critical assessment of scholarly or research manuscripts submitted to journals by key experts or opinion leaders. In the image, illustration of a three scientists researching in a library

    How to be an effective peer reviewer Subscription

    9 NOV 2015 16:39 By Michael Dowdall

    The peer review process allows experts to analyse scientific research before it is published. Being a peer reviewer enables you to take part in the scientific process, build contacts and view your own work more objectively.

  • Making a mistake at work can leave anyone lacking confidence and unsure how to proceed. This article discusses how pharmacists should deal with errors and overcome the aftermath. In the image, a person walks towards the light at the end of a tunnel

    How to recover from making a mistake at work Subscription

    15 SEP 2015 14:32 By Ross Ferguson
    Comments (2)

    Making a mistake at work can leave anyone lacking confidence and unsure how to proceed. So how should pharmacists deal with errors and overcome the aftermath?


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