Having worked as assistant editor of Clinical Pharmacist from 2007 to 2010, Gareth returned to practice as a hospital pharmacist in the Wirral, Merseyside. He works partly in medicines management — specifically focusing on homecare and high cost drugs — and provides a clinical pharmacy service to a range of medical wards. He is The Pharmaceutical Journal's Wales correspondent. He also works as a freelance writer and editor for the Primary Care Pharmacists Association.
The coronavirus pandemic has been a huge challenge, but it has revolutionised pharmacy practice in some positive ways. In the second feature of a three-part series, we ask GP pharmacists which changes they want to retain.
The work of pharmacists at a hospital and its health board in Wales has been praised for cutting the use of antibiotics over the past five years.
Preregistration trainees can now take advantage of opportunities in primary care. Gareth Malson finds out more.
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