2017 could see a rise in patient-centred technologies across pharmacy. Martin Hao, managing director at Healthera, a new medicines management app, looks at the reasons behind the trend.
Additional funding for R&D post-Brexit is a welcome move from the UK government, but there are other related issues to consider as well.
A round up of the most popular news stories of 2016.
In a climate where science and facts appear to play second fiddle to post-truth rants on social media, Cynthia Leifer explains why activism and public engagement must become part of the everyday work of scientists and physicians.
Catherine Mak was the first pharmacy pre-registration trainee to split her training between Leeds South and East Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Here, she discusses her time at the CCG.
Catherine Mak was the first pharmacy pre-registration trainee to split her training between Leeds South and East Clinical Commissioning Group and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Here, she discusses her time in the hospital.
Natasha Leeson provides the most popular learning and CPD articles published in The Pharmaceutical Journal and Clinical Pharmacist in 2016.
Michael Dowdall breaks down the most popular research articles published in 2016.
Mahendra Patel provides insight into pharmacy practice in the Arab countries when he attended a congress in Beirut in November 2016.
Pharmacy careers cover all sorts of sectors: from community, hospital, industry and academia through to prisons, technology and primary care. What were the most popular careers articles published in 2016?
Gustaf Duhs explains the ruling behind the Competition and Markets Authority’s £90m fine on Pfizer and Flynn Pharma’s excessive drug pricing.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society has had a busy and challenging year. Julia Robinson describes the most popular ‘Your RPS’ articles of 2016.
A round up of the most popular opinion pieces of 2016.
Dawn Connelly describes the most popular features and infographics published in 2016.
Regina Ahmed has decided to try a career in the primary care sector. In the third of a series of blog posts, she describes her training opportunities and building channels of communication with other healthcare colleagues.
Andrew Haynes describes the health risks — or lack of health risks — of popular Christmas plants.
David Gibson recently spoke at a training course for GP practice pharmacists about how pharmacists can help ensure smooth transfer of care of patients between settings.
Choy Tsun Ho and Ho Wing Hei Phoebe, two undergraduate pharmacy students from Hong Kong, describe their experiences of UK pharmacy during an exchange programme in 2016.
By Mandy Wan, Lead Paediatric Clinical Trials Pharmacist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and HEE/ NIHR Doctoral Research Fellow I was delighted to hear just before Christmas that I was successful with an NIHR fellowship application and…
Author: Fiona Jones, Welsh Pharmacy Board Picture by Nick Treharne Why get involved in Quality Improvement? I’m sure everyone asks these question. Do I have time? How much work is involved? Will it make a difference? Like you, I too thought…
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