Getting started as a clinical pharmacist

rachel_hall-150by Rachel Hall, clinical pharmacist

I’m a clinical pharmacist and partner at the Old School Surgery in Bristol, an inner city practice with more than 15,000 patients.

Getting started as a practice pharmacist
During my training, I worked for one day a week at the practice, specialising in treating patients with type 2 diabetes. This work convinced the partners they needed a permanent clinical pharmacist, rather than taking on a salaried GP. Read more Getting started as a clinical pharmacist

Pharmacists working in GP practices: mythbusting

howard-duffby Howard Duff, RPS Director of England

Talking to pharmacists during a C&D Twitterchat today about pharmacists working in GP surgeries was a great experience.  It also revealed some of the misunderstandings that exist about this innovative development in primary care. I’d like to set the record straight, so here are the top 5 myths I hear frequently about this topic and my answers to them. Read more Pharmacists working in GP practices: mythbusting