Pharmacy practice and profession blog
All posts from: August 2014
Consultant cancer pharmacist Steve Williamson speculates on the future of funding to cancer drugs following the announcement of changes to the Cancer Drug Fund
What would you do if you were on a boat and required medical assistance? Steve Bremer has the answer
Steve Bremer provides a summary of fictional drugs created for television series, books and films.
Audrey Thompson provides some pharmacy statistics from the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014
Could a pharmacist referral system to secure GP appointments for those who really need them work?
Helen Middleton describes how she built her RPS Faculty portfolio
Audrey Thompsons describes the minor ailments scheme provided during the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games
Sadia Naeem describes her first on-call late night experience in the hospital
The managing director of Rowlands Pharmacy is a brave man and showed valuable insight into how the company is run. But last week’s Undercover Boss on Channel 4 will change nothing across pharmacy anytime soon.
Chris Chapman reflects on why it is so difficult for some in society to accept depression as a medical condition rather than a state of mind
The XX Commonwealth Games have come to a close. Pharmacist and volunteer Audrey Thompson reflects on the experience.
Chris Chapman, senior editor of learning at The Pharmaceutical Journal, thinks although the latest episode of Channel 4’s “Undercover boss” was not ground-breaking, it could certainly be a relevation for the general public how much pressure community pharmacies are under
Lucy Hedley highlights the importance of clear documentation and communication on discharge of a patient from hospital and why it is essential to use at least two sources to confirm medication history in vulnerable patients
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