Steve Hemsley has been a journalist for more than 25 years and has written for The Financial Times, The Sunday Times, The Guardian and many magazines covering the pharmaceutical, marketing and HR sectors. He is also a semi-professional actor and the author of the 2008 book 'Boost Your Child's Confidence - 52 Drama Techniques to make your child Shine'.
A career in academia allows pharmacists to conduct research and work in the cutting edge of pharmaceutical science. Here, Steve Hemsley speaks to academic pharmacists to find out more about what such roles involve.
How your hobbies can boost your careerSubscription
Steve Hemsley investigates the interesting hobbies of pharmacists and how the skills they gain translate into career skills.
A career in academia means the opportunity to publish research and support future members of the profession, while often still retaining the ability to practise pharmacy. Steve Hemsley finds out how pharmacists can get started in the sector.
Structured training for community pharmacy staffSubscription