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Work, play and live. It sounds simple enough, right? But what if you’re a locum pharmacist with a young family, a mortgage and aspirations to try...
06/12/2019 7
Don’t faint, but this week I’m not talking about medicine shortages. I know, it’s shocking, but this blog is going to be unrelentingly positive. A...
02/12/2019 2
The patient was here when we opened the doors at 8.30am. It was a Saturday in the summer, a pleasant morning. He'd been coming in for two weeks for...
29/11/2019 5
Do you understand how dispensing works? “Of course,” you retort. You may not witness every step of the process, such as each action of your accuracy...
28/11/2019 5
Since starting my role as one of the first PCN pharmacists in the country, I have been asked countless times what this new role offers compared to...
26/11/2019 11
Flu season is well underway, so we’ve all become familiar with telephone calls checking if we have the vaccines available and the well-meaning shouts...
25/11/2019 2
It’s me, talking about shortages – again. Sorry. One of these days I’ll find something original to write about. The latest instalment in the...
21/11/2019 4
With the announcement in October that pharmacists will not receive mental health support like doctors and dentists [under the NHS Practitioner Health...
19/11/2019 10
What do community pharmacies, children’s nurseries, landlords and gas storage companies all have in common? Bodies representing these sectors,...
18/11/2019 0
Is there a symbol of community pharmacy? A symbol is a sign understood by those who create, and those who witness. People should know what it means...
14/11/2019 15

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