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  • In the image, University of Bradford Pharmacy students learn how to deal with patients in the university's mock clinical pharmacy

    The five-year pharmacy degree: what have we learnt? Subscription

    8 FEB 2016 9:47 By Ingrid Torjesen
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    Proposals for a five-year pharmacy degree – where preregistration training is integrated into undergraduate education – have been discussed since 2011. But how is the programme working in universities that already offer it?

  • Putting together a conference about alternative pharmacy careers

    7 JAN 2016 By Sarah Kirk

    The Alternative Pharmacy Careers conference is due to take place on 23 January 2016 at the University of East Anglia. Third-year pharmacy student Sarah Kirk describes how the conference came about.

  • Junk food tax, statins prescribing and opioid painkiller addiction were among the most read topics in the opinion section in 2015.

    The Pharmaceutical Journal's top 5 comment pieces of 2015

    22 DEC 2015 By Benedict Lam

    Junk food tax, statins prescribing and opioid painkiller addiction were among the most read topics in the opinion section in 2015.

  • 2015 looks like a year of transition. From new clinical opportunities to slow progress on reforming pharmacy education, the pharmacy landscape continues to shift amid a backdrop of austere UK public spending and the spectre of centralised dispensing

    Review of 2015: ten developments that are changing pharmacy Subscription

    18 DEC 2015 10:33 By Stephen Robinson

    The pharmacy landscape continues to shift amid a backdrop of austere UK public spending and the rising spectre of centralised dispensing in the community. The Pharmaceutical Journal presents ten developments that affected pharmacists in 2015.

  • New models of training needed to ensure future pharmacists are fit for new roles Subscription

    2 DEC 2015 14:32 By Ricarda Micallef, Reem Kayyali

    There has been much talk in recent years about workforce and workforce planning to enhance the provision of current and future healthcare roles. Pharmacy is no exception.

  • Trainees having to pay for placements must not become reality Subscription

    23 NOV 2015 9:42 By Chi Huynh

    I was concerned to hear Keith Ridge, chief pharmaceutical officer for England, say that some preregistration trainees may in the future need to pay for their placement year. (The Pharmaceutical Journal, online, 12 November 2015) ...

  • How to use the BNF Subscription

    13 NOV 2015 10:16

    The Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) has launched a new distance e-learning programme called ‘How to use the BNF’. The programme explores the recent changes in the structure of content in the British National Formulary (BNF). The programme can be accessed on the CPPE website. 

  • Sexual health learning programme Subscription

    13 NOV 2015 10:11

    The Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) has launched a new e-learning module called ‘Sexual health in pharmacies’. It is designed to help pharmacists and their teams deliver sexual health services. This programme replaces the ‘Sexual health in pharmacies: developing your service’ distance learning programme. The new programme can be accessed via ...

  • Cancer distance learning programme Subscription

    30 OCT 2015 12:21

    The Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) has launched a new distance learning programme called Cancer. It is aimed at all pharmacy professionals and aims to help integrate cancer prevention, cancer awareness and support for cancer patients into pharmacy practice. The programme can be accessed via the CPPE website and is free for NHS employees through funding ...

  • Clinical diplomas, management courses and other advanced learning programmes can improve pharmacists’ knowledge and skills. But juggling work, learning and other responsibilities can be challenging

    How to balance studying with working as a pharmacist Subscription

    23 OCT 2015 13:14 By Ross Ferguson

    Clinical diplomas, management courses and other advanced learning programmes can improve pharmacists’ knowledge and skills. But juggling work, learning and other responsibilities can be challenging — this article provides practical tips and guidance from those who have done it.

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