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Tomorrow's pharmacist blog

All posts from: September 2013

The Pharmaceutical Industry?

Posted by: Hiran PragSun, 29 Sep 2013

Many peers have asked me the same question over the past few years: why do you want to work in the pharmaceutical industry?  This was often the natural response, after those around me discovered the summer placement and eventually pre-reg training I was to complete. 

NHS England Board Meeting

Posted by: Annabel IkwuakolamMon, 16 Sep 2013

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Entering the world of work

Posted by: Hiran PragMon, 16 Sep 2013

A potential new cancer treatment target, straight out of the ECM

Posted by: Sophie KhatibTue, 10 Sep 2013

When reading about the use of hyaluronic acid in osteoarthritis, I started to look into hyaluronan and found that it is normally present in synovial fluid and is a component of the extracellular matrix.  It has a significant role in cell proliferation and migration.  Immediately, this links in my brain to cancer biology and the potential role in malignancy. 

Hospital work experience: medicines information

Posted by: Helen CaleyMon, 9 Sep 2013

On a hospital summer placement I spent time in the hospital’sMedicines Information Office. This was a regional centre where they had to becareful not to take calls from outside of the region which required a goodknowledge of regional geography. The particular centre I visited receivedapproximately 200 inquiries a month and was open to members of the public, GPs,

The next pharmacy scandal

Posted by: Ranveer BasseySun, 1 Sep 2013

Pharmacy has had more than its fair shareof scandal recently.  It began with inappropriatesales of over-the-counter medicines, then moved on to several variants of thespecials procurement theme.  I thinkthere's another area pharmacy needs to be more vigilant of: patient confidentiality.

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