Working as a pharmacist in the Royal Army Medical Corps offers the chance to be deployed abroad in conditions far removed from your average community pharmacy. But there is a minimum commitment of three years and you need to be prepared to obey commands, Major Amanda Pye tells C+D.
Major Pye and Major Bex Heaton spoke after the latter’s presentation on C+D’s Professional Development and Careers Stage at the Pharmacy Show on Sunday (October 6).
Watch the video to find out:
- which other medical professionals military pharmacists work with
- the various specialisms in military pharmacy
- how to find out more about the role first-hand
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