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Recruitment review (special features)

Each year The Pharmaceutical Journal publishes “recruitment” special features. Here are recent articles plus those from previous years.


Crucial medicines management role should keep pharmacists’ jobs safe (11 December)

Mergers and acquisitions are creating a new industrial pharmacy market (17 July)

Job cuts and pay freezes — doom and gloom for hospital and PCT pharmacy (10 July)

Better perks and benefits on offer to entice recruits into the community (3 July)


Mixed fortunes prompt retailers to look at recruitment plans carefully (27 June)

Reducing NHS spending bad timing as hospital sector still struggling to fill pharmacist vacancies (27 June) 

Lack of home-grown talent may put pressure on primary care’s ability on delivering objectives (27 June)


Opening of 100-hour pharmacies has upsides and downsides for recruitment (28 June)

Has stability returned to the primary care sector? Survey aims to find out (28 June)

Higher community salaries are driving down hospital pharmacist recruitment (28 June)

Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal URI: 11019080

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