Adam Pattison Rathbone
Lecturer in social and clinical Pharmacy, School of Pharmacy, Newcastle University
Providing medicines adherence support to areas of high deprivation in England: community pharmacists’ experienceSubscription
Semi-structured interviews assessing pharmacists’ experiences of providing interventions, products and services that support medicines adherence.
Decriminalisation proposals don’t go far enoughSubscription
I was pleased to read the news story ‘Pharmacists will no longer face prosecution for honest dispensing errors under UK proposals’ (The Pharmaceutical Journal 2015;294:200). However, these proposals do not go far enough and still unfairly position pharmacists between a rock and a hard pl
Recent blog posts
Pharmacy PhD student Adam Pattison Rathbone felt left out at his own focus group. Here, he describes what he learnt from the experience.
After hearing about a case where a pharmacist referred a child with a minor paracetamol overdose to A&E, Adam Pattison Rathbone wonders if pharmacists are equipped to be gatekeepers of the NHS.
Adam Pattison Rathbone shares a case study from his work at an outpatient pharmacy service. What decision would you have made?