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Pharmacy practice and profession blog

All posts from: August 2019

Dispensing a heart, not just a medicine

Posted by: Ade WilliamsFri, 30 Aug 2019

Writing competition 2019

The patient who taught me that even superheroes have flaws

Posted by: Rory WemyssFri, 30 Aug 2019

Writing competition 2019

The person your older patient used to be

Posted by: John WoodFri, 30 Aug 2019

Writing competition 2019

Bravery on your patient's behalf

Posted by: Sophie OduyaleFri, 30 Aug 2019

Writing competition 2019

To all my patients, who change me a little every time we meet

Posted by: Nana TomovaFri, 30 Aug 2019

Writing competition 2019

Just talking, itself, is therapeutic

Posted by: Simon JacklinFri, 30 Aug 2019

Writing competition 2019

A patient can say everything with just one look

Posted by: Malcolm BrownFri, 30 Aug 2019

Writing competition 2019

The pharmacist I am today

Posted by: Fatema MamdaniFri, 30 Aug 2019

Writing competition 2019

It is every patient who changes your practice

Posted by: Mark BorthwickFri, 30 Aug 2019

Writing competition 2019

The patient who changed me even before I became a pharmacist

Posted by: Emma BoxerFri, 30 Aug 2019

Writing competition 2019

How our pharmacist-led anticoagulation service saves more than 500 bed days per year

Posted by: Sophie BlowWed, 28 Aug 2019

Surgeries are sometimes cancelled because of problems with anticoagulation, but pharmacist-led bridging clinics can reduce the number of cancellations.

Six ways to survive working as an on-call pharmacist

Posted by: Sinéad PeareThu, 8 Aug 2019

Top tips for keeping your cool while working on call.

Adoption of closed loop medicines administration into the NHS

Posted by: Samrina BhattiThu, 8 Aug 2019

Samrina Bhatti describes how closed loop medicines administration can reduce medication error rates.

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