Pharmacy practice and profession blog
All posts from: July 2014
Pharmacist Audrey Thompson describes the journey of the Queen’s Baton across 70 nations to its current home at the Athlete Village in Dalmarnock.
I never thought that tramadol being a schedule 3 controlled drug would become such a problem. Sure, I envisioned doctors forgetting to fill out controlled drug discharge forms (as is needed for other CDs) and us having to remind them.
Audrey Thompson gives an example of the importance of working with other healthcare professionals at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games polyclinic
The Glasgow 2014 Polyclinic has now been open for five days. Audrey Thompson describes what’s been happening so far
Eliminating intolerance and bigotry is the first step that should be taken towards winning the war on HIV/AIDS
The more I learn of the new inspection model the more concerned I become.
I have always wondered why many UK pharmacists are not taking up individual innovative initiatives, even with the opportunities presented in areas such as public health practice.
The athletes have started to arrive in Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games. Pharmacist and volunteer Carole Hunter describes the scene
Before the Commonwealth Games kick off in Glasgow, volunteer Audrey Thompson reflects on the organisations and individuals that have helped the pharmacy team prepare
Pharmacist and Commonwealth Games volunteer Audrey Thompson explains how the team prepared the Glasgow 2014 pharmacy for registration
Volunteers for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games have just been given their first glimpse of the Athlete’s Village. Pharmacist Audrey Thompson describes the site.
There is a lot more to conducting research than I thought there would be. ‘Doing research’ is how I describe what I do to the family, kids and friends, however actually ‘doing research’ is a bit more complicated than it might first sound.
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