All young, fit and healthy pharmacy students should do anything they can to help their NHS during the coronavirus pandemic, says pharmacy student Jay Patel.
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Pharmacy student Ali Maasoumi Sarvestani refused to let previous rejection stop him from landing a dream summer internship with Fresenius Kabi.
COVID-19: I had to close and disinfect my consultation room after an at-risk patient presented at my pharmacy
Pharmacy owner Lindsey Fairbrother describes how her team coped when a patient who had recently returned from at-risk northern Italy visited her pharmacy.
Underfunding has hit my community pharmacy hard, but we’re determined to provide new high-value services
Community pharmacist Eoghan O’Brien explains the impact of underfunding on the sector in Northern Ireland, and what he’s doing to continue providing a valued service to patients.
As a doctor turned pharmacy lecturer, I’ve learned how much pharmacy contributes to healthcare, but the profession must evolve, says former doctor Laura Sims.
We shouldn’t be afraid to collaborate with non-pharmacists — we all become better professionals when we teach and learn from each other.
A pharmacist’s experience of deciding to close their pharmacy reveals the personal toll of the government’s cuts to funding for the sector.
Stories bring us closer together, help us build trust and deliver wisdom, hope and healing — never underestimate their power, says mental health pharmacist Nana Tomova.
Pharmacist Su Wood’s work on estimating reduced kidney function led to a major change in national recommendations for prescribing in older people.
Pharmacists do much more than just dispense medicines, says hospital pharmacist Fatema Mamdani.
One pharmacist’s experience of discrimination, owing to their disabilities, shows that the profession still has a long way to go towards equality.
It takes more than academic achievement to succeed as a pharmacist, says fourth-year pharmacy student Alex McTaggart.
Rupa Lyall’s first experience of general practice was a sour one, but she didn’t give up and found a practice where she belongs.
Clinical pharmacist Jackie Chappell shares her experiences of working with CAR-T therapy, a new cell-engineering treatment for cancer.
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