The anonymous writers – of whom the first five are being revealed today (see below) – will shed light on different aspects of pharmacy in 2018.
Hear tales from the aisles of a supermarket pharmacy and what really goes on at a GP surgery, or follow a student pharmacist as she contemplates the career paths that lie ahead.
Look to The 'Non-clinical' Pharmacist for musings of the community sector and hear the ups and downs of life as a pharmacy owner from C+D’s newest resident contractor, Sally Butamol.
“We’re excited to bring this legacy from C+D’s print history back to the fore online, and call on our readers to suggest topics for this new roster of writers to tackle.”
The Supermarket Pharmacist
The pharmacy manager at a well-known supermarket chain, expect him to always be forthright with his opinions – whether it’s running a 100-hour pharmacy with skeleton staff or fending off head office.
The Student Pharmacist
The Student Pharmacist sees the profession through fresh and enthusiastic eyes – maybe we can all take a leaf out of her book.
The GP Pharmacist
A pharmacist trying to find her identity as she navigates her way through the primary care network.
The ‘Non-clinical’ Pharmacist
He may be close to retirement, but his employer keeps asking him to work one more shift. Many readers will be able to relate to The 'Non-clinical' Pharmacists' tales of juggling daily pharmacy duties with delivering ever-more services.
A Scottish contractor who works all hours chasing stock shortages, fending off online competitors and keeping commissioners on her side – while trying to keep herself and her staff sane.
C+D will be introducing one new blogger each day this week. Today it’s The Supermarket Pharmacist – find out why he has a love-hate relationship with the flu vaccination service.