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Beyond pharmacy blog

All posts from: September 2020

The Paralympian who taught me I had a lot to learn about inclusion and diversity as a pharmacist

Posted by: Frances AkorWed, 23 Sep 2020

An encounter during the Paralympic Games in 2012 proved eye-opening and taught a lesson about how important it is to try to imagine the experience of others.

What my deaf daughter taught me about PPE and communicating with the hard of hearing in the pharmacy

Posted by: Karen MillerWed, 16 Sep 2020

Facial coverings are helping us to limit the spread of COVID-19, but for people who rely on lip reading, communication just got harder. Consultant pharmacist Karen Miller, whose daughter is deaf, says we could all rethink how we interact with our patients and each other.

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