Pharmacy practice and profession blog
All posts from: January 2021
‘Hard, but extremely rewarding’ — setting up a COVID-19 vaccination scheme covering 75,000 patients (audio)
Listen to lead clinical pharmacist Fazila Jumabhoy’s experiences of getting Central North Leeds Primary Care Network ready to deliver the COVID-19 vaccination.
How I'm leading my health centre's COVID-19 vaccination as the only pharmacist on the GP coordinating board
Pharmacist Shilpa Patel put her travel clinic experience to good use when she stepped up to lead the Brighton Health and Wellbeing Centre’s COVID-19 vaccination service.
We talk a lot about ‘multidisciplinary’ working, but our PCN’s COVID-19 vaccine service truly would not exist without all our professions
Sowe Valley’s rapid rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine service is testament to the value of PCN-working, says clinical pharmacist Umeh Ali.
Spirits are running high at Chesterfield and Dronfield Primary Care Network, which has given 4,500 COVID-19 vaccinations since Christmas, says lead pharmacist Isobel Bancroft.
How working at NHS Test and Trace landed me a role heading my university’s COVID-19 case management team
Pharmacist and lecturer Gurinder Singh’s pharmacy skills proved invaluable during his work as a clinical contact caseworker at NHS Test and Trace — then he was headhunted to lead the University of Reading’s COVID-19 case management team.