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Tomorrows Pharmacist

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  • "You want to be a farmer?"

    1 MAY 2011

    Normal0A random recollection of one day in my college job came tome whilst I was revising antipsychotics (possibly what I'll be needing prettysoon if these facts don't stay in my head!). During the year of my AS Levels, I

  • ‘Smartpill’

    24 AUG 2012

  • “Huddersfield University is taking over Nottingham.....”

    13 SEP 2012

    What a day!  I can now say that I have presented my research poster at the APS PharmSci conference with 3 of my friends, studying very similar topics in their dissertations.

  • 2 in 1: Heart failure with renal impairment

    15 MAY 2014

    My rotation workingfor our dispensing for discharge service has come to an end. I have slowlymanaged to get used to working at a busy pace in an acute admissions ward. Thepatients I see range from exacerbations of COPD, to ACS, to heart failure.

  • A "Superformula" for Cancer

    14 JUN 2013

     For my final semester I chose to do a Cancer biology and therapy module, and whilst being interesting it is not the most uplifting of subjects. Therefore whilst revising it was to my surprise that I stumbled upon this heart-warming story in between journal articles. 

  • A bit of PEP talk

    28 FEB 2012

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  • A Brief Bell’s Palsy

    28 MAY 2012

    I was chatting to my friend on the phone recently and to my surprise, he told me he had been diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy. I had no idea what this condition was and scrutinised him. Apparently the condition has left him with a droopy eye (to which I suggested he get a pirate patch) and bit of Frankenstein face (probably an improvement – no offense mate).  In all seriousness, the conditions symptoms could indicate a patient ...

  • A Cyanide Sayonara

    29 OCT 2012

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