How to make the most of 2021 Subscription
Pharmacy professionals share the lessons they have learnt during 2020 and how to make this coming year a more positive one.
Four pharmacy professionals give their opinions on how to deal with a potentially plagiarising boss.
New Zealand is an attractive place to be right now, making it a potential option for pharmacists thinking of registering and working abroad.
With recruitment processes moving online, it is vital that applicants know how to leave a positive digital impression.
As a socially progressive nation with universal healthcare and a friendly reputation, Canada could prove to be that tempting next move for many UK pharmacists.
The concept of a side hustle is a simple one — it is work that you can do on top of your day job that is flexible and can bring in money.
How to tackle the Oriel numeracy assessmentSubscription
Babir Malik and Joanna Domzal-Jamroz lead students through worked examples of the types of calculations covered in the Oriel recruitment process
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.
Industry pharmacist Neel Bhatt gives his tips and advice on how to break into the sector as a scientific advisor.
Pharmacy professionals share their advice with the new cohort of preregistration pharmacists about to start their training during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A locum pharmacist’s decision to substitute one medicine for another may be in the best interest of the patient, but what are the legal and ethical implications?
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.
It is more important than ever to ensure the wellbeing of the frontline pharmacy workforce; here are some tips on how this can be done.
Employers have a duty of care to support the health, safety and wellbeing of all employees, including those with disabilities.
Help us find and celebrate brilliant, unrecognised women who are accomplishing great things in pharmacy.
Sick from stress: 'presenteeism' in pharmacySubscription
With increasing pressures placed on pharmacy professionals, presenteeism — or working when not fit to do so — is becoming more common. This can have detrimental effects on individuals, their families and patients.
When a preregistration trainee is dissatisfied with their placement, it is important that their employer tries to address the underlying issues.
Pharmacy preregistration trainees may wish to move placements, but the decision to switch should not be made lightly.
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