Tag: pharmacist

With this year’s football World Cup well under way, I spoke to Paul Moloney – who works as a consultant sports pharmacist at a premiership football club – to find out what the role entails, in this feature for The

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Feelings of loneliness affect us all at some point, but being lonely can be a serious problem when it becomes chronic, affecting our health and wellbeing and damaging our ability to connect with others. I find out how pharmacy can

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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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What does it take to work as a civilian pharmacist in the military? I talk to some pharmacists who are doing just that in this feature for the Pharmaceutical Journal…

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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Transgender issues are forcing their way into the nation’s consciousness – and community pharmacy is no exception, as I discover in this feature for Chemist + Druggist magazine.

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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