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Tomorrow's pharmacist blog

Eye liner to make your eyelashes grow?

Posted by: Sara ValenteMon, 24 Sep 2012

One of my favourite things to blog about is the weird andwonderful vanity items that pop up in stores that claim to boost such things astanning and weight loss. The latest that has caught my eye is a new type of eyeliner from the brand M2 Beauté that can apparently, after severalapplications, promote eyelash growth. This isn’t the same as mascaras that make

Summer hospital placement: shadowing a pre-reg on a ward

Posted by: Helen CaleyWed, 19 Sep 2012

Sectioned for protection

Posted by: Ayla AtalarTue, 18 Sep 2012

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“Huddersfield University is taking over Nottingham.....”

Posted by: Sophie KhatibThu, 13 Sep 2012

What a day!  I can now say that I have presented my research poster at the APS PharmSci conference with 3 of my friends, studying very similar topics in their dissertations.

The student numbers debate

Posted by: Ranveer BasseyTue, 11 Sep 2012

The only argument for not managing student numbers seems to be to increase quality.  I think it's a poor argument. 

RPS conference 2012

Posted by: Sophie KhatibMon, 10 Sep 2012

After a 160 mile round trip, lots of free pens and a panic at the car park ticket machine, I can now say I’ve been to my first RPS conference!

Student numbers are not too high

Posted by: Connie PringleMon, 10 Sep 2012

Why workforce planning isn't such a big problem...

For Pain Relief?

Posted by: Brendan FraserThu, 6 Sep 2012

September is getting close....

Posted by: Sophie KhatibThu, 30 Aug 2012

We’re not far off September now, and am I getting ready to start back at Uni?  Not yet, because I have something to look forward to before!

Would you pay for your prescription?

Posted by: Ranveer BasseyThu, 30 Aug 2012

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Addiction to recovery

Posted by: Connie PringleWed, 29 Aug 2012

The otherweek I settled down to watch a documentary about drug addiction, hosted by RussellBrand. I'm not usually a fan of his style, but I couldn’t resist such aninteresting topic! Having watched avidly, I’d recommend that PJOnline blog readers view, or at least

After three weeks of pre-reg

Posted by: Ayla AtalarTue, 28 Aug 2012

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Pre-reg evidence tracker

Posted by: Ranveer BasseyMon, 27 Aug 2012

There are 76 performance standards the GPhC states pre-registration students should meet.  The standards read like the ingredient list for a competent pharmacist (baked for one year in the heat of a dispensary).

Supplementary pharmacist prescribers

Posted by: Sophie KhatibSat, 25 Aug 2012

‘Smartpill’

Posted by: Sophie KhatibFri, 24 Aug 2012

Are drugs the answer for obesity?

Posted by: Sara ValenteTue, 21 Aug 2012

Unconsidered Death

Posted by: Brendan FraserTue, 21 Aug 2012

Death is a difficult subject to discuss. In general, I find it isn't really talked about, almost like a secret. This makes sense due to the deep sadness surrounding death. Who would want to discuss something so morbid?

Personalised medicines - part 2

Posted by: Sophie KhatibSun, 19 Aug 2012

Biology, including the pathology of disease, is so diverse, it lends itself to developing personalised medicines.

Personalised medicines - part 1

Posted by: Sophie KhatibMon, 13 Aug 2012

So, think of the last time that you went to the Doctors.....I’m guessing that you described your symptoms, the GP made a diagnosis and chose a drug to treat it.  Ordinarily, that choice would be made according to an evidence base, experience or more crudely, on cost.  Now, this medication might work for you, but what works for one, doesn’t necessarily work for another.  Wouldn’t it be gre

How I see pharmacy

Posted by: Sophie KhatibThu, 9 Aug 2012

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