When he arrived in the UK, my son could speak only a few English words, but now he is studying to become a pharmacist.
New general practice pharmacists can feel isolated, but mentorship can boost their resilience and the care they give patients, says clinical pharmacist Niketa Dass.
How our pharmacy became the first in North Wales to write prescriptions for minor illnessesSubscription
Superintendent pharmacist Steffan John shares his experience of treading new ground in the launch of North Wales’ first acute minor illness service, led by independent prescribing pharmacists.
University College London Hospitals Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is using its patients’ data to identify groups with similar characteristics and design new models of proactive care specifically for them.
The regulatory process dehumanises those it seeks to protect — it must drastically change.
Working across different settings not only gives job satisfaction, but also benefits patient care, says portfolio pharmacist Ailsa Sharrock.
Lucy Skea had a surgical menopause at the age of 39 years; here’s what she thinks pharmacists should know to support patients considering hormone replacement therapy.
Barry Jubraj from the Specialist Pharmacy Service was taken aback by the range of projects pharmacy teams across the country are working on to improve patient safety.
Newly registered locum pharmacist Diba Keyhanfar moved training sites a number of times during her preregistration training.
In 2018, pharmacist Alda Hummelinck volunteered in Cambodia to help identify opportunities to improve medicines and patient safety.
As general practice pharmacy preregistration training opportunities are now available through Oriel, three newly-qualified pharmacists share their recent placement experience.
Do you feel confident in completing your reflective account? This example helps you understand what you need to include in your GPhC submission
Have you completed your peer discussion? This example peer discussion will help you know what you need to record when completing your revalidation entry.
An example CPD entry from the perspective of a community pharmacist who has recently completed unplanned CPD on acne.
An example CPD entry from the perspective of a community pharmacist who has recently completed planned CPD on endometriosis.
From September 2019, our CPD modules will be changing from ‘true or false’ questions to ‘single best answer’ questions.
Work to improve the inclusivity of healthcare for Māori people shows the importance of cultural competence in addressing differences in health outcomes, say pharmacists from New Zealand.
Former community pharmacist Danny Bartlett has worked in his new local primary care network for a matter of months, but he is already making an impact on his patients.
Band 7 pharmacists Sarah Cahill and Sarah Browbank describe how their quality improvement work has helped them develop both professionally and personally.
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