Tomorrow's pharmacist blog
All posts by Connie Pringle
So here I am,breaking the silence and rising from a black hole of absent blogs as a full-onpharmacist!
Any attempt I make to describe aweek in the life of a hospital pre-reg promotes the conclusion that there is no‘typical’ day. However, over the nextcouple of months, I intend to blog through a few weeks of my working life as apre-registration pharmacist. Maybe this will give students an insight into
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The otherweek I settled down to watch a documentary about drug addiction, hosted by RussellBrand. I'm not usually a fan of his style, but I couldn’t resist such aninteresting topic! Having watched avidly, I’d recommend that PJOnline blog readers view, or at least
The sense of accomplishment associated with completing the MPharm degree is phenomenal.
I thought I’d better check in and let PJ Online readers know that I am still alive!
Prescribing under patient group directives, clinical management plans, training and only prescribing within your competency are all sensible ideas when it comes to non-medical prescribing. However, a fourth year pharmacy practice lecture today reminded me of some outrageous legislation which needs to change.
In the news today, I spotted an absolutely ridiculous idea. The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has recommended that the NHS offers funeral expense payments to those joining the organ donor register.
I'm mortified because I’m leaving London and The Pharmaceutical Journal office today. However, I have to reflect on a brilliant and rather busy time here over the last month, and my final week has been no exception…
Week 3 at The Pharmaceutical Journal was rounded off with such an epic weekend that blogging fell by the wayside for a couple of days!
It’s been another exciting and educational week at The Pharmaceutical Journal. If the staff sense a quiet moment looming for the interns they are quick to amend this!
The first of my four weeks work experience at the PJ has flown. I’ve learned how not to walk through the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s revolving door and that I really should use shorter sentences. I’ve learned never to assume that flat shoes won’t absolutely abuse your feet.