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Pharmacy practice and profession blog

All posts by Elizabeth Sukkar

Dear pharmacist, what do you do all day?

Posted by: Elizabeth SukkarThu, 16 Oct 2014

Elizabeth Sukkar describes study results that suggest it will be “many decades” before community pharmacists’ skills are properly implemented in primary health care.

Reputational management: does pharmacy need it?

Posted by: Elizabeth SukkarWed, 25 Jun 2014

What we need now is a long-term strategy to improve the image and reputation of the profession in the public’s eye that has being damaged by recent events

Models of care: winning back professional autonomy

Posted by: Elizabeth SukkarTue, 5 Nov 2013

It’s always nice to do number exercises when big reports are published. This week, pharmacists will be hearing a lot about “Now or never: shaping pharmacy for the future” , the long-awaited report of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s Commission on Future Models of Care delivered through pharmacy, which was chaired by Judith Smith, director of policy at the Nuffield Trust.

Reputational management: does pharmacy need it?

Posted by: Elizabeth SukkarTue, 25 Jun 2013

Pharmacists who care about this profession would have been cringing last week after reading the Daily Telegraph’s investigation into how pharmacists were allegedly involved in defrauding the NHS over the reimbursement of “specials” medicines.

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