Tomorrow's pharmacist blog
An initiative at the University of Bradford is seeing students champion the Yellow Card reporting scheme. Here’s how it’s making them better students and, ultimately, better pharmacists.
Unekwuojo Agada knows that black students aspire to be pharmacists, but often asks herself why there are so few at pharmacy school.
Being Pakistani and growing up in the UK, Ishwah Khaliq initially found it difficult to imagine herself being successful because of her ethnicity
Tsariye Doro has received constant reminders that she is different because of her ethnicity.
Pharmacy student Jagraj Singh Thandi shares why his peers should organise their own public health campaigns to make every contact with their patients count.
Stephen Sekimwanyi, a pharmacist who has had his fair share of career setbacks, offers advice to preregistration trainees in light of the General Pharmaceutical Council’s decision to delay the pharmacy registration exam.
Pharmacy student Ali Maasoumi Sarvestani refused to let previous rejection stop him from landing a dream summer internship with Fresenius Kabi.
It takes more than academic achievement to succeed as a pharmacist, says fourth-year pharmacy student Alex McTaggart.
Newly registered locum pharmacist Diba Keyhanfar moved training sites a number of times during her preregistration training.
Students at University College London are tasked with developing a novel pharmaceutical service as part of their final MPharm year.