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Pharmacy practice and profession blog

All posts from: March 2014

Consultation Skills: taking a repetitive approach

Posted by: Adam Pattison RathboneThu, 20 Mar 2014

After receiving his consultation skills distance learning pack from the CPPE, Adam Pattison Rathbone asks how many times a pharmacist can be expected to learn the same skills.

Hindsight: things are not always what they seem

Posted by: Adam Pattison RathboneMon, 3 Mar 2014

Adam Pattison Rathbone considers how the RPS Faculty and the Foundation Pharmacy Framework may have an impact on career pathways in the NHS

Hindsight; things are not always what they seem

Posted by: Adam Pattison RathboneSat, 1 Mar 2014

During the pre-registration pharmacist training year some trainees can feel frustrated. In my pre-registration year I was initially frustrated that I was spending my first two weeks in the dispensary… an activity I felt was wasting my four years of training at university. When I finally made it to the ward and started to work with the Year One Foundation ...

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