We got together & had a chat about what it means to be a pharmacist & explored the existential crisis of identity that many pharmacists are grappling with.
I recently wrote an article about the Scottish NHS Pharmacy First service but I wanted to find out more so I got in touch with Matt Barclay.
This podcast series will explore where we go next as a profession. We will find the most forward-thinking people with an interest in technology and health.
Gary Paragpuri runs Hub and Spoke Innovations which is a specialist consultancy run by pharmacy experts that aims to help pharmacists and dispensing GPs grow their businesses and provide a better service for their patients through technology.
Greg Lawton is a pharmacist specialising in patient and medicines safety, staffing, data protection, privacy and healthcare policy. We were lucky to catch up with Greg to have an in-depth conversation about dispensing errors in pharmacy.
Francesca Aaen is a pharmacist consultant and runs her consultancy called Aaen Care. Aaen Care delivers medicines and healthcare-related training, consultancy and advice to both private and public sector providers of health and social care services across the UK.
Gavin Birchall is a pharmacist, designer and marketer who has created, led and marketed businesses at senior level and carried out the first research into the brand of pharmacy on the planet. Having spent 15 years in community pharmacy, practising in both independent and multiple owned pharmacies, Gavin has worked in academia, primary care and representation.
Emma Hartley is a freelance journalist from London. She wrote a story recently on the topic of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) shortages. The article examined the on-going HRT shortages and sought to find answers. This problem has had a significant impact on people suffering symptoms of the menopause. Emma has delved into all […]
Ollie describes himself as a ‘typical GP who spins a few plates’. He is a PCN Clinical Director in Sheffield, has experience of commissioning for the NHS, still practises as a GP and also finds time to run his own health coaching company called Peak Health Coaching.
We recently ran a story about a new report that highlighted the fact that poorly implemented ePMA (electronic prescribing and medicines administration) systems can result in potentially fatal medication errors.