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Tomorrow's pharmacist blog

All posts from: February 2012

A bit of PEP talk

Posted by: Ayla AtalarTue, 28 Feb 2012

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From Pharmacist to Butcher

Posted by: Emily HardakerFri, 17 Feb 2012

What would you do?

Posted by: Sara ValenteWed, 15 Feb 2012

The Application of Knowledge

Posted by: Sun, 12 Feb 2012

Hospital work experience: clinical trials and antimicrobial use monitoring

Posted by: Helen CaleyThu, 9 Feb 2012

I met a clinical trials technician who told me that they hadapproximately 50 clinical trials at the time ranging from double-blind to openlabel, from drug company sponsored (i.e. they get paid to organise them) to

Hospital or Community?

Posted by: Sara ValenteTue, 7 Feb 2012

Who said NICE is nasty?

Posted by: Emily HardakerFri, 3 Feb 2012

First thing in the morning, on the crowded bus journey I've taken to reading the News on my phone. Yesterday morning one story in particular caught my eye, it was in the Guardian and titled 'Cancer drug too expensive for NHS'. I got rather excited at this point as I hadn't thought I would find a story more interesting than that about a Lion eating an Owl at Colchester Zoo. 

Would I choose pharmacy again?

Posted by: Connie PringleWed, 1 Feb 2012

I thought I’d better check in and let PJ Online readers know that I am still alive! 

Pharmacy is everywhere...including school homework

Posted by: Ayla AtalarWed, 1 Feb 2012

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