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Sue Symonds

PhD, MRPharmS

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  • Part-time work in community pharmacy - a bridge, a trap or a balance?

    22 JAN 2000

    For many years, Sue Symonds was a part-time community pharmacist, adjusting her working hours to fit in with bringing up a family. As her children grew up and left home, she increased her hours of working and changed her work pattern and employers, until she was working three days a week as an assistant pharmacist, with occasional extra work as a locum. Here she outlines research into part-time work in community pharmacy which led to the award of her PhD degree

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