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Friday 19 July 2019
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Topic: pharmacy

September 26, 2018

Clinical education research pharmacist Michael Lloyd shares his pharmacy journey
Undergraduate experiences developed an interest in quantitative research, with my early career seeing involvement in many audits and quality improvement projects. I later completed a postgraduate Master’s degree that illuminated the world of qualitative methodologies and I was hooked!

September 7, 2018

Six in 10 pharmacy professionals are against the sale and dispensing of homeopathic products, pharmacists at an international conference have heard.

July 19, 2018
The UK’s National Health Service turned 70 this month, and while we celebrate the achievements of one of the nation’s most valuable institutions, it’s also the perfect opportunity to pinpoint the role that pharmacy has played in the NHS during those decades.

The role of pharmacists in the NHS has, unsurprisingly, evolved quite a bit since its inception. Growing from what was originally a supply service to become a clinical practice in hospitals, and with a range of new roles in primary care, pharmacists are now recognised as a valuable part of the multidisciplinary clinical team.