Infection Control in Hospitals

June 2015

We are all aware of the bad press over the last few years on the state of infection control in our hospitals. As a professional in the Healthcare industry, I have first hand experience of the good levels of training, control, and dedication that is put into this area of concern. So why then do we still seem to have problems?

The beginning of the long road to becoming a Hospital Pharmacist

May 2015

First a bit of background about me; I went to London School of Pharmacy now known as UCL, School of Pharmacy where I obtained my masters. During my academic time I worked as a pharmacy assistant every Saturday at a local independent pharmacy. I highly recommend any pharmacy student to gain experience whilst studying. Not only did I gain the necessary skills that I now use in my career as a qualified pharmacist, but also it gives you a real insight...

My thoughts on life as a Locum Hospital Pharmacy Technician

March 2015

I decided to write this blog on my current daily work role to give you some insight, being a locum it varies. Usually pharmacies are inundated with phone calls so someone at my current placement is on a rota to answer the phone.. Most staff know this call is usually ‘Where is my prescription??’ ‘When is it ready??’

Benefits of being a Locum

August 2014

This is my first time writing a blog and I hope you find it interesting. My main focus is going to be about the benefits I've found being a Locum pharmacy technician. I fell into Locum work really, I was newly qualified after taking a break to go travelling after completing my course and agency work was something I came across as soon.....


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