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Tomorrows Pharmacist

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  • People Behind the Medicines

    17 DEC 2013

    Working with some of the most brilliant minds in the field of solid oral dosage forms has really had a great impact on me.  Their seemingly endless knowledge, determination and hardworking nature have increased my aspirations of a future career in this type of industrial environment.  With the attrition rate of novel compounds ever increasing, the industry seems to be fighting an uphill battle.  Despite this, it is exceptionally clear, just how driven each individual is, with this gritty ...

  • Practical Anatomy

    10 NOV 2013

    Durham University is the first pharmacy school in the UK to offer practical anatomy teaching, that is the use of cadavers to learn the structure and function of the human body. Other courses within the UK learn anatomy purely from an academic perspective, but might offer a cadaver session alongside a medical school for those students who wish to develop their anatomy knowledge further.

  • The start of being a pharmacist

    7 NOV 2013

    My name appeared on the GPhC register on the 1stof September. This date will always hold a special meaning to me as itsignifies the beginning of my career as a pharmacist. I feel extremely proud ofwhat I have achieved after five years of studying.

  • Allowing pharmacists access to GP records - good or bad?

    6 NOV 2013

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  • Checking and Thinking

    4 NOV 2013

    I checked my first item as a pharmacist last week. Itwas a prescription of paracetamol suspensionfor a one year old child. I remember a tutor telling some students that you'llalways remember checking your first item, then she rolled off what hers was. Iremember thinking how peculiar that was. Is it the fact that as pharmacists we

  • Evidence?

    1 NOV 2013

  • First impressions - A whole new way of teaching

    1 NOV 2013 Updated: 10 NOV 2013

    This week marks the half way point in my first term at Durham University. The structure of the course has been developed so that all the topics usually covered by pharmacy students (e.g. organic chemistry, pharmacology, pharmaceutics, anatomy etc.) are integrated into one single module under the title ‘Fundamentals of Pharmacy’. This integration technique is a form of teaching I have never experienced before, and so far I have found that my understanding and subsequent knowledge ...

  • The Firsts

    18 OCT 2013

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  • My First Experiences as a Pharmacist (3)

    11 OCT 2013

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