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Ross Ferguson

Ross Ferguson is a pharmacist and pharmacy and healthcare freelance writer.

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rossmrpharms@gmail.com

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  • The Pharmaceutical Journal has become out of touchSubscription

    8 FEB 2017Comments (7)

    It is likely that, if this letter is ever published, I will not get to read it. The reason? Well, I am slightly embarrassed to say that, as soon as my Pharmaceutical Journal arrives, I unwrap it from its plastic envelope, have a quick flick through, then head straight to the recycling bin and, with a tinge of guilt, I unceremoniously dump it there. It is a habit I have developed over the past few years and I cannot see any way out. This is not something I admit to lightly, but

  • Strong, united teams that work efficiently and collaboratively to achieve common objectives has to be the goal for any pharmacy organisation. Team building is a way to achieve this. In the image, the Rat Trap team building exercise

    The value of team building for pharmacy staffSubscription

    18 JAN 2016

    Strong, united teams that work efficiently and collaboratively to achieve common objectives is the goal for any organisation. But can team building help pharmacy teams work better together?

  • Carrying out research may be a daunting prospect for busy community pharmacists. But getting involved can boost your clinical skills, widen your contact network and help change practice. The image is an illustration of a pharmacist and a patient

    Get started with research in community pharmacySubscription

    21 DEC 2015Comments (1)

    Carrying out research may be a daunting prospect for busy community pharmacists. But getting involved can boost your clinical skills, widen your contact network and help change practice, finds Ross Ferguson.

  • How to recover from making a mistake at workSubscription

    15 SEP 2015Comments (2)

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