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CLUSTER 3. Leadership

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    Pharmacists in the Army Reserve Subscription

    Anuj K Sunder describes the benefits of being a pharmacist in the Army Reserve.

  • Group shot of the Chief Pharmaceutical Officer’s (CPhO) Clinical Fellow Scheme

    The Chief Pharmaceutical Officer's Clinical Fellow Scheme: from the inside Subscription

    With applications for the 2018 Chief Pharmaceutical Officer’s Clinical Fellow Scheme closing on 9 April, pharmacists in the UK are encouraged to consider this unique opportunity to expand their professional skills

  • Shattering glass ceiling concept

    From the shop floor to the glass ceiling Subscription

    The significance of gender inequality in pharmacy and its potential impact on the careers of female pharmacists.

  • John Mowat, multi-site pharmacy manager for LloydsPharmacy and lead pharmacist based in the Carleton Clinic, a mental health hospital in Carlisle

    My life as a mental health pharmacist in a specialist hospital

    As a multi-site pharmacy manager for LloydsPharmacy and lead pharmacist based in the Carleton Clinic, a mental health hospital in Carlisle, John Mowat talks about his career and role in providing the medication supply service for Cumbria Partnership Foundation Trust.

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    Professional associations: adapting to remain relevant in a digital age Subscription

    In a world where technology and social media allow individuals to gather information and network online for free, professional associations are evolving and changing their offering to members in order to stay relevant.

  • Sallianne Kavanagh, a pharmacist at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

    Practical ways pharmacists can gain leadership skills Subscription

    Sasa Jankovic takes a practical look at how pharmacists can seek opportunities to develop their leadership skills.

  • A new look for local engagement with the Local Practice Forums of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society

    Leading local practice forums into the future Subscription

    The RPS is currently carrying out a five-year review of local practice forums to help ensure they are fit for the future. But why is there a discrepancy in the output and attendance of LPFs across Great Britain and why are they a form of local engagement that needs to be kept going?

  • Rose Marie Parr (pictured), the new chief pharmaceutical officer for Scotland, explains how her career led to the role, what she wants to achieve in the post and her advice for young pharmacists pursuing leadership positions

    Taking the reins as Scotland’s chief pharmaceutical officer Subscription

    Rose Marie Parr, the new chief pharmaceutical officer for Scotland, tells Stephen Robinson how her career led to the role, what she wants to achieve in the post and her advice for young pharmacists pursuing leadership positions.

  • Helen Gordon, chief executive of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society

    Teamwork will define the future NHS Subscription

    Greater partnership between pharmacists and other health professions will be vital to delivering better care under the new five-year NHS plan, says Helen Gordon, chief executive of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.

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    Leading the way: Leadership development within an environment enabling openness and learning

    Next week marks a year since the publication of Sir Bruce Keogh’s report into raised mortality rates at 14 English hospitals. His findings came at a time of intense scrutiny for the NHS: only six months after Sir Robert Francis made 290 recommendations to the health service in his final report on the failings at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust. Both Francis and Keogh heard from hospital staff who did not feel empowered to act when they identified problems or who felt uncomfortable ...

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