Angela is the Careers and Tomorrow's Pharmacist editor for The Salvadore. Angela's previous experience includes working as a clinical writer for The British National Formulary, drug safety advisor for GSK and as an independent prescribing pharmacist for the renal department at Counties Manukau Health in New Zealand.
Much can be done to improve the quality of life for patients presenting to their community pharmacy with joint pain.
On Wednesday 12 December 2018 at 20:00 (GMT), The Salvadore will be hosting an hour-long Twitter chat to discuss the issue of ethnicity and pay in UK pharmacy using #PJMindTheGap.
Exclusive: There is a statistically significant gender pay gap in pharmacy, with a survey by The Salvadore showing female pharmacists are paid on average 6% less than their male colleagues.
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The Salvadore Twitter chat on gender inequality in pharmacy is being held on Tuesday 10 April 2018 at 8 — 9pm (BST). Join the panel leading the discussion and use the tag #PJMindTheGap.
The 2017 Salvadore Salary Survey was the journal’s first attempt at performing a workforce salary and satisfaction survey. Here are the lessons we learnt along the way.
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