Nigel Praities is executive editor at The Pharmaceutical Journal and has worked as a medical journalist for 13 years. He has won multiple awards, including Editor of the Year at the Medical Journalists' Awards in 2014 and 2017.
There is a “significant risk” that pharmacy teams will fail to spot sepsis in patients presenting under the new community pharmacist consultation scheme due to begin at the end of October 2019, a pharmacy negotiator has said.
The manager of a Boots pharmacy in east Dunbartonshire, Scotland, has won The Pharmaceutical Journal’s 2019 writing competition with a piece about a troubling experience rationalising opioid use in a patient.
The chair of the General Pharmaceutical Council has admitted he has concerns over the number of black, Asian and minority ethnic pharmacists who are suspended or removed from the register, compared with white pharmacists.