Posts by Author: 34 posts by SasaWrites

Whether you want to get up earlier, do more exercise, eat better or simply keep on top of your study or work deadlines more efficiently, you can ‘hack’ your life to turn these goals into habits, as I found out

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According to the children and young people’s mental health charity YoungMinds, the proportion of 15 to 16-year-olds who say they frequently feel anxious or depressed has doubled in the past 30 years to two in 30 boys and two in 10

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If the thought of networking makes you want to hide in a corner and cry, I found out some top tips from successful networking ninjas for this feature for the Pharmaceutical Journal…

Many pet owners don’t realise their local pharmacy can help when it comes to advice about common pet health problems. I discover what pharmacy staff can do, for Training Matters magazine.

Aside from checking for typos and being truthful about your qualifications, what can you do to ensure that your CV stands out from the competition? I find out, in this feature for the Pharmaceutical Journal.

Do you need to wear a white coat to be taken seriously if you work in the medical profession? Turns out, it’s attitude more than appearance that influences patients’ and customers’ perceptions of you, as I found out for this

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I write a lot about pharmacy, and in this feature for the Pharmaceutical Journal I look at how easy – or not – it is to transfer jobs from community pharmacy to hospital pharmacy.

Many young people have a negative idea of vocational training, as they think it narrows down their future employment options. I look at the current state of career guidance – vocational over academic – and the impact this is having on training

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I’ve been writing about this recently for the new City & Guilds magazine, as well as looking at what efficiency best practice means. So you’ve got a pleasant office, loyal staff and the phone keeps ringing. On the surface, this

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Pharmacy must fight off competition from discount retailers to maintain and grow share in the analgesics category, one that generates well over £200 million in sales every year. But the analgesics market is not without its problems, as I find out

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