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Tell us how the coronavirus pandemic has affected your working conditions

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Tell us how the coronavirus pandemic has affected your working conditions

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This year’s Pharmaceutical Journal Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey contains all the usual questions about salary, working hours and conditions, stress and morale, but it also delves into how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the working lives of pharmacists practising around Great Britain.

If you are currently working as a pharmacist in Great Britain, in any sector, we would love you to take part in our short survey, which should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

Please click here to participate in the survey.

All eligible respondents (pharmacists practising within Great Britain) who complete the survey will be entered into a prize draw to win a £50 John Lewis voucher.

The closing date for this survey is Tuesday 21 July 2020.

This is an annual survey. The results from our 2019 Pharmaceutical Journal Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey can be found here.

No personal details will be published or made available to third parties, but the data we collect will be aggregated to help us understand the current employment landscape for pharmacists in Great Britain and champion positive change in the profession. The results will be analysed by independent statisticians.

Thank you for your participation — we look forward to sharing the results with you.

The Pharmaceutical Journal Publications team.

Please note: Personal data will not be made available to any third parties and will remain securely held on our systems. We will only contact you regarding the prize draw for this survey.

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  • At the start of the pandemic, was redeployed to secondary care for 4 weeks, my previous role so no real problems - other than I really like my current role and missed it.
    Once back in my own role , the worst of the huge peak in scripts was over and a very odd calm - little in the way of routine bloods etc, so reauthorising script for shorter times with notes re monitoring. Uneasy about some of this. Having said that now back to monitoring and reviewing meds now we have current results, fair amount of dose adjustments based on creatine clearance. Major project in the middle to change people from warfarin to doacs needing bloods as well.
    Working in Highland, we are used to some remote working anyway, now much more and working from home now a reality some of the time. Good things, as remote and rural pharmacist team training and CPD access can be difficult and now loads available via zoom, webinar etc - real plus point. Same with meetings, we did a lit via videolink anyway, now much more so less travelling.

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