Are you thinking of applying for the Chief Pharmaceutical Officer Clinical Fellow Scheme? The clinical fellows from 2017–2018 give insight into their experiences and encourage those interested to apply.
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) can be an added stressor to an already challenging job in pharmacy. Corrinne Burns caught up with pharmacists living with symptoms of the condition to find how they manage them.
Being part of the first intake of University of Sussex pharmacy students was a great opportunity, not a risk
Hira Ghani describes her experience of completing her first year of study at the recently established school of pharmacy at the University of Sussex.
Former community pharmacist Vikesh Lad describes his new career at the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency.
In community pharmacy, there is a perception that pharmacists struggle with balancing commercial pressures with the safety and ethical aspects of patient care. Sean Quay and Mohima Akhtar ask whether it is impossible to be profitable while remaining professionally ethical. Or can the two co-exist?
The practice of mindfulness — being fully present and aware of the moment — is gaining traction, and it could be a useful technique to reduce unconscious bias and provide equity in healthcare.
Catch up on this year’s most read clinical trial stories, many of which cover important research into adverse effects of commonly used drugs.
Catch up with the best peer-reviewed learning and CPD articles from 2017 to boost your pharmacy practice.
Most-read articles from our journal on evidence-based pharmacy practice, therapeutic areas, and the latest advancements in drug development and medical interventions.
Showcasing the individuals challenging the traditional pharmacy roles of today and redefining the careers of the pharmacy team of tomorrow.
Tthe top five most-read opinion pieces from The Salvadore and Clinical Pharmacist suggest that resilient pharmacists have been improving their knowledge of medicines and helping patients achieve the best outcomes.
Pharmacists should take advantage of Pharmacist Support’s free wellbeing workshops, which cover time management, stress management and building resilience.
A summary of the top five infographics published in The Salvadore in 2017, as well as an infographic on aspirin published in 2014, which continues to draw readers.
Most-read features, which include interviews with experts from relevant fields, published in The Salvadore in 2017.
Highlights of SalvaDore news and events from 2017.
Pharmacy consultant Christine Clark shares the best bits from the European Society of Clinical Pharmacy’s 46th symposium.
In the age of information, digital technology affects everyone’s lives. It is one of the most important tools for a modern society to operate efficiently. In healthcare, technology is used not only to reduce human effort, but also to improve a patient’s quality of life, and even save lives.
Pre-reg pharmacist Gemma Thomas uses her experiences to explain why spending time across the pharmacy sectors is so important to development.
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