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Pharmacy practice and profession blog

All posts from: September 2014

Trainees in trouble — can you spot the signs?

Posted by: Emma WrightMon, 22 Sep 2014

As a pre-registration tutor, you need to be able to tell if your trainee is struggling. Emma Wright and Liz Fidler describe what to look for.

The value and disparity of preregistration training

Posted by: Adam Pattison RathboneFri, 19 Sep 2014

Could better regulation of preregistration placement providers help to improve the future of the profession? Adam Pattison Rathbone discusses the possibility

RPS and professionalism: the debate

Posted by: Chris GreenWed, 17 Sep 2014

Rhetoric and professional emotional blackmail will not present a convincing case for pharmacists to become a member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.

Why I won't be marking World Pharmacists Day

Posted by: Chris ChapmanTue, 16 Sep 2014

Chris Chapman explains why he is not a fan of World Pharmacists Day (or Talk Like a Pirate Day)

Top tips for getting started on your Faculty portfolio

Posted by: Emma PageMon, 8 Sep 2014

If you’ve been thinking about submitting your application for the RPS Faculty, these tips may serve as a helpful starting point

Lessons from a 7/7 survivor

Posted by: Chris ChapmanSun, 7 Sep 2014

Paralympian Martine Wright, who lost both her legs in the 7/7 terrorist act, shared her inspirational story with the RPS conference.

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