Pharmacy practice and profession blog
All posts from: October 2014
Ayla Atalar describes her first experience with the production side of hospital pharmacy.
We must not allow fears about Ebola and other viruses to obscure the threat of antimicrobial resistance, writes Eamonn McArdle.
HEFCE and HEE have announced that they will not be introducing a cap on pharmacy student numbers. Sultan Khan explains why he disagrees with this decision.
A patient with asthma comes into your community pharmacy to collect his regular inhalers. Johnathan Laird describes an intervention you could make.
Sam Doherty completed a community pharmacy placement in New South Wales, Australia. In a series of blogs, he plans to outline the differences in pharmacy practice he experienced there.
At the end of her rotation covering diabetes wards, Sadia Naeem reflects on what she learnt from the experience.
Adam Pattison Rathbone shares a case study from his work at an outpatient pharmacy service. What decision would you have made?
Elizabeth Sukkar describes study results that suggest it will be “many decades” before community pharmacists’ skills are properly implemented in primary health care.
Helen Middleton explains why defining the difference between mentoring and coaching is not as important as considering what skills you need to support a learner.
Faculty Fellow Helen Middleton explains why joining the RPS Faculty marked the beginning of her professional development, not the end.
Building your Faculty portfolio does not have to be a solitary activity. Emma Wright explains how a group of pharmacists supported each other through the process, and how you can create your own group.
E-cigarette exhibitors dominated the Pharmacy Show this year. Should we embrace is its potential as a substitute for smoking or be concerned at how it is being marketed?
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