Communication is more than giving a person information. Asking questions and listening, and the exchange of information between people is aided by altering body language, tone of voice and the words used. Behaviours relevant to this standard include adapting communication styles to the individual, addressing barriers, active listening and checking understanding.
These articles can be used to support the development of your reflective account entries for this standard and provide an idea of the activities that could be included.
Eric Bazuaye uses his specialist pharmacist knowledge and practical expertise to provide unique relief to patients diagnosed with neurological disorders.
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Dan White combines cognitive behavioural therapy and clinical pharmacy to train colleagues and help patients with mental health conditions.
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When a preregistration trainee is dissatisfied with their placement, it is important that their employer tries to address the underlying issues.
Pharmacy preregistration trainees may wish to move placements, but the decision to switch should not be made lightly.
Whether new or experienced, there are qualities all excellent preregistration tutors should possess.
The nature of enquiries Daniel Hill receives as a medicines information and prescribing support pharmacist are vast and challenging.
Former hospital pharmacist Ana Armstrong would often find herself worrying about her older patients after discharge; so she decided to move sectors and help bridge care between hospital and home.
Pharmacists and lawyers give advice on what to do if you witness inappropriate behaviour in the workplace.
Pharmacy professionals give their thoughts and advice to a Responsible Pharmacist colleague whose team is involved in a dispensing error.
David Gerrard details a typical day as a pharmacist independent prescriber working as part of a community learning disability treatment team.
Five tips to help pharmacy professionals digitise their career.
Using the social messaging platform WhatsApp improves communication between junior and senior pharmacists when providing out-of-hours care, study results show.