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  • Your society wants you (maybe)

    You might disagree on the minutiaebut I doubt you'll disagree on the fundamental principle.  The principle that those who have chosen tofollow a profession should be embraced by it. Essentially that is what members of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society are currently voting on whendeciding whether to allow new student and associate membership categories.

  • You get what you give: so how are you really doing? Subscription

    One of the most fundamental skills we have at our disposal for creating effective working relationships is the skill of giving and receiving feedback. It is also one of the skills that is most under-used during the normal course of events. Feedback is often thought of as something to use during performance reviews or disciplinary procedures.

  • Written communication in pharmacy

    Students who pick pharmacy as a career usually do so because they have an interest in science, they want to work with people and have a flair for analysing problems. These students sometimes choose a scientific career because they also prefer subjects that don’t require the need to write lots of essays. The good news is there isn’t a lot of essay writing on a pharmacy course, as we focus on calculations, graph-drawing and multiple choice questions but we must not abandon all knowledge ...

  • Wound care Subscription

    Wound care practitioners are invited to apply to the Mölnlycke Health Care Wound Academy scholarships and awards 2009.There are two £1,500 scholarships (categories: novice practitioner and experienced practitioner) and two £1,500 awards (categories: individual practitioner and team).Applications for the individual award are via peer nomination.

  • Would you pay for your prescription?

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  • Would you like some heroin with that?

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  • Would I choose pharmacy again?

    I thought I’d better check in and let PJ Online readers know that I am still alive! 

  • Workplace cultures and pharmacy Subscription

    The word “culture” probably brings to mind another country or its people but organisations also have cultures and these can be just as diverse. A corporate culture is more complex than the mission statement that an organisation adopts.

  • Working to reduce medication risks as a champion of elderly care Subscription

    All too often are older patients given multi-compartment compliance aids to help them take their medicines. But these devices are not the be-all and end-all when offering support to such patients  

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