Is your local pharmaceutical committee supporting you adequately as you try to engage with primary care networks?
Many pharmacy organisations still struggle to get women to take on leadership roles, says Claire Ward.
There hasn’t been much in the press about independent pharmacist prescribers who are vital to the NHS.
Capacity and workforce are not covered in any contract framework but they could be the next big problems for the sector.
The rules of a GP practice are different to those in a pharmacy. Community pharmacists need to be aware of this.
The first deadlines in the five-year CPCF have come and gone – and some hard choices are being made.
The government has failed to use its Brexit preparations to solve some longer-term issues on medicines supply.
It is very hard to be passionate about delivering a service that patients don’t engage with.
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Let us be tough on stress and tough on the causes of stress, says the PDA's Claire Ward.
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Community pharmacists must train themselves not to see everything as being about them, says Peter Kelly.
The five-year CPCF deal is like a curate’s egg - there's an awful lot of the detail still to come.
Given the focus on Brexit, pharmacy might be waiting a while to find a slot in the parliamentary timetable, says Claire Ward.
Prozac has helped reduce the stigma attached to depression but did it help reduce violent crime?
More women involved in pharmacy leadership positions should be seen as a benefit not a threat, says Claire Ward.
Sid Dajani: When Sandra Gidley said community pharmacies don’t make the best use of technicians she got it wrong.
There is a problem with overprescribing of opioids but is it to do with the law of unintended consequences?