You’ve done it - all your hard work has paid off and you’re finally a qualified pharmacist.
Evidence suggests that antivirals and nMABs significantly improve clinical outcomes in non-hospitalised patients with COVID-19 at high risk severe disease and/or death.
Anaemia is present in over 30 percent of patients who have major surgery. It is associated with worse outcomes, including poorer wound healing, slower mobilisation and an increased risk of death.
In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic there was no clear guidance on infection prevention and control (IPC) for handling prescription charts and patients’ own medication
There are 3.5 million women over the age of 50 in the UK workplace and women make up 77 percent of the NHS workforce
The 2021 Diabetes conference provided many insights and updates for healthcare professionals into the management of diabetes.
Midwives need to familiarise themselves with 30 or more medicines to support their everyday practice. For a new midwife, this can be quite overwhelming.
Genomic medicine is a cross-cutting discipline that involves using genomic information about an individual as part of their clinical care
My career path is definitely not a typical one but I have loved every single opportunity along the way, despite the challenges.
Coronavirus has significantly changed how healthcare is delivered. This has driven a need for rapid transformation of services at a time of immense pressure
Every year several charities partner together to raise awareness of the contribution that the millions of unpaid carers make to the UK every day
Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians need to go through the GPhC revalidation process on an annually, but as it's been a few years since we’ve had to do full revalidation so here’s a brief reminder of what is needed.
Which is better: skin as thick and tough as a honey badger, or thin and fragile like pastry?
My experience of working with pharmacists over the last ten years or so is that they are truly inspiring in their dedication and passion for their profession and the patients they care or advocate for.
The COVID-19 lockdown has forced many of us to become more familiar with accessing education and training online