Angela is the Careers and Tomorrow's Pharmacist editor for The Pharmaceutical Journal. Angela's previous experience includes working as a clinical writer for The British National Formulary, drug safety advisor for GSK and as an independent prescribing pharmacist for the renal department at Counties Manukau Health in New Zealand.
Greater proportion of white students awarded upper class pharmacy degrees, compared with BAME studentsSubscription
Exclusive: An analysis of data by The Pharmaceutical Journal reveals for the first time that a significantly lower proportion of black, Asian, and minority ethnic (BAME) students are awarded a higher MPharm degree, compared with their white counterparts.
After our investigation shows an “unacceptable gap” in awarding rates for higher degrees between white students and their black, Asian and minority ethnic counterparts, we ask how this disparity can be addressed.
With opportunities to work in primary care networks emerging in England, pharmacists can make the most of their knowledge and experience to succed in such a role.
'No ethnicity pay issue' claim pharmacy multiples Subscription
What to do when your pharmacy career stallsSubscription
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