Tag: pharmacy

Emergency hormonal contraception (EHC) – or ‘the morning after pill’ – has been available in the UK for over 30 years, but its supply remains a contentious issue for many pharmacists, as I discover for this feature in The Pharmacist magazine…

Tis the season to be jolly, and we all suffer from an upset stomach now and again – especially at times of the year like this when overindulgence is often the order of the day.  Although lots of people claim

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Do you know your local political representatives? If not then it’s never too late to start a conversation, as I find out in this feature for P3 magazine on why the funding cuts in England give community pharmacy a good

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It’s not always easy to get on with everyone you meet at work, and how do you manage conflict in the workplace if you are a manager? I find out, in this Update feature for Chemist + Druggist magazine…

It may come as no surprise that employment experts suggest that employees are motivated – to a certain extent – by a rewarding salary. So how do you deal with requests for more money from your staff? I find out,

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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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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.

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.