When the end is nigh the now-traditional thing is to come up with a bucket list – that stoical approach to the grim reaper full of activities everyone professes are priorities, though never ring true, writes Xrayser
How could the pharmacy degree equip you for what we do, asks Xrayser. We have to juggle services with counting Smarties, all while trying to keep our heads above water. And, on the eve of the reforms, who knows what role we'll be asked to play in the new NHS
Our patient interaction has now become cerebral rather than physical, writes Xrayser. But I miss the reward of seeing a patient hobble into the pharmacy and, after fitting, skip out like a new-born lamb.