Tag: Pharmaceutical Journal

The UK is well known as a nation of animal lovers. From agricultural livestock to household pets, this has created a growing niche sector for pharmacy, and I find out how you can get involved in this feature for The

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I’ve been a pharmacy journalist for fifteen years, but it’s only been in the last couple that I’ve shaken off my ‘imposter syndrome’. Most other pharmacy journalists you’ll meet are pharmacists too, but I’m not. I somehow snuck in under

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The Pharmaceutical Journal is holding a Twitter chat on Tuesday 10 April at 8pm to provide a platform for pharmacy professionals to discuss the issue of gender inequality in pharmacy. I’ll be on the panel, so come and join the

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Legislative change in the UK has resulted in compulsory reporting of pay for male and female employees of larger corporations and has seen the gender pay gap narrow to 9.1% in April 2017, the lowest level since 1997. However, it is

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I’ve been writing a lot about women in the workplace lately, and the disparity at leadership levels when it comes to the number of women versus men in senior roles. In this piece for the Pharmaceutical Journal I look at

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Richard Hough is a partner at Brabners LLP, a commercial law firm in north west England, and he has also been a community pharmacist for 26 years. I talk to him about his dual role for this feature in the

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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…

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.

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.