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 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.
Pharmacy is too often left out of the media conversation on key healthcare issues, so it is important to strengthen our presence across all sectors, through both mainstream and social media. Gareth Malson explores how media training benefits both pharmacists and pharmacy.
Pharmacists in Wales take on pharmaceutical care of 23,000 patients in ‘pioneering’ primary care serviceSubscription
Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are forming part of a multidisciplinary primary healthcare service in Prestatyn, North Wales, set up and run directly by the local health board in response to a GP recruitment crisis.
Preparing a research poster for a conferenceSubscription
Opportunities in clinical trials pharmacy Subscription