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  • Are hospital pre-reg interviews fair?

    13 JUN 2010

    Last week I had my hospital pre-reg interview and left feeling just a little bit cheated.

  • Revamp your CV and interview skills to land your next job Subscription

    1 JAN 2010 By Ailsa Colquhoun

    Funding cuts are threatening many NHS jobs, so now is the time to think about ways to give yourself an edge during the recruitment process — an engaging CV and solid interview skills are vital

  • How to master interview skills Subscription

    1 SEP 2009 By Ruth McGuire

    The interview is, perhaps, the most nerve-wracking aspect of the recruitment process, not just for the candidate but also for the interviewer. If an interview is conducted competently, it is a useful opportunity for a candidate to prove that he or she will be an asset to a prospective employer. It is, however, also an opportunity for employers to promote their organisation and therefore attract the best employees.

  • Interview panel

    Winning the interview game Subscription

    21 AUG 2009 11:34 By Ruth McGuire

    The good news is that you have been short-listed and invited to attend an interview, and that is certainly cause for celebration. The bad news, however,is that for most people, interviews of any type are nerve wracking experiences. This article discusses key features of the interview process and suggests methods to help you shine at the job interview

  • The pre-registration interview Subscription

    9 FEB 2008 0:00

    Gone are the days when securing a preregistration placement was a relatively trivial affair. Pharmacy has now acquired the competitive graduate atmosphere characteristic of other professions. Securing a preregistration placement is a stressful and decisive period for pharmacy students, more so now

  • Interviewing skills — an art or a science? Subscription

    1 FEB 2008 0:00 By Ruth McGuire

    Once job candidates have been shortlisted, the best candidate needs to be determined, commonly by interview. Although this method has itsweaknesses, these can be minimised by careful planning.

  • Inaccuracies in 'The pre-registration interview' Subscription

    19 OCT 2007 23:00

    On behalf of the NHS Pharmacy Education and Development Committee (NHSPEDC) we would like to draw readers’ attention to some inaccuracies we have identified about the application process for hospital preregistration trainee places described in the recently published book ‘

  • The preregistration interview Subscription

    1 JAN 2007

    Competition for preregistration trainee positions is currently at itspeak. This is due mainly to an increase in the number of pharmacy graduatesand a stagnation in the number of posts available for preregistrationtrainees. So it is paramount to have a competitive edge to single one’sself out from the rest of the crowd.

  • Paper-based alternative to interview for some overseas registrants

    11 AUG 2006 23:00

    The Council of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society has approved an alternative to interview by the Society’s Adjudicating Committee for some overseas pharmacists seeking to register in Britain.

  • Applying for your prereg

    1 JAN 2005 0:00

    Richard Harrison is graduate officer to the British Pharmaceutical Students Association and a preregistration trainee at Dean and Smedley Ltd 

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