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All posts from: April 2011

The Undying Skill of Procrastination / My Top Revision Tips

Posted by: Sat, 30 Apr 2011

Blog 3: I’m currently procrastinating (thanks PJ!) so a blog is in order… Nothing serious to see here! Oh yes, my friends. It’s here. Having read a few other student blogs, you can almost feel the natural tension that is looming among us again… EXAM TIME!

Herbal hero or dangerous drug?

Posted by: Connie PringleFri, 29 Apr 2011

That’s right, in light of the new EU directive for herbal medicine and the Traditional Herbal Registration scheme coming into effect at the end of this month, I’m still banging on about St John’s Wort.

An Anomaly

Posted by: Sara ValenteThu, 28 Apr 2011

Do patients want choice?

Posted by: Ranveer BasseyMon, 25 Apr 2011

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Generic vs Branded

Posted by: Fatima SabirSun, 24 Apr 2011

 Generic or branded….should be an easy decision right? Or is it?

The Interview

Posted by: Benedict LamThu, 14 Apr 2011

Normal0 Cue image of the Mastermind chair; that’s as close to avoluntary interview as ever I’ve seen. As a third year, I frantically appliedto all the standard pharmacy chains for a summer placement this year andeventually received an invite for an interview from one after countless

Weight Loss Magic!

Posted by: Wed, 13 Apr 2011


The Dispensenator

Posted by: Sara ValenteWed, 13 Apr 2011

Do you ever panic slightly that some of the jobs that pharmacists do will eventually be replaced by robots?

A few thoughts and a few drugs

Posted by: Ayla AtalarMon, 11 Apr 2011

The Most Beautiful Death

Posted by: Emily HardakerThu, 7 Apr 2011

There’s a website I use when I’m bored or need to pass some time that works on the basis of you selecting some categories of interest to you and then through something a kin to magic, throws up links it thinks that you may enjoy from the vast body that is the internet.

The NHS is on pause

Posted by: Ranveer BasseyTue, 5 Apr 2011

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Over the counter meds – A wall of art?

Posted by: Mon, 4 Apr 2011

It seems like every time I walk into a pharmacy there’s a new type of package on the shelf. Now, don’t get me wrong. I’m a fan of art. The walls a modern day pharmacy master piece!However, there’s nothing ‘arty’ about a person in pain.

Highlighting your way to success...

Posted by: Fatima SabirMon, 4 Apr 2011

Have you ever looked at a list of topics for a module and thought ‘crikey, how am I going to learn all this?’ Every student feels the crunch during exam time and doing a demanding degree such as Pharmacy can multiply stress levels excessively...Before you know it, you’re reaching system overload. First thing to do?

More harm than good?

Posted by: Connie PringleFri, 1 Apr 2011


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