Pharmacists need to shout about the great work they do to boost their sense of identity and media image, says Regan McCahill, president of the British Pharmaceutical Students’ Association (BPSA), in her first piece for C+D
Community pharmacists can promote themselves and their businesses through following some simple rules, says Laura Dowling aka the Fabulous Pharmacist
From how to overcome challenges to making the most of opportunities, a leading Well pharmacist reveals his formula for success
Helping deprived patients to access food and handle paperwork are among the feats of kindness that contributed to Lila Thakerar’s MBE
A Well Pharmacy team won a C+D Award for a GP referral scheme that saw it working with nurses and physiotherapists.
A pharmacy in Glenrothes, Fife has won a C+D Award following a 10-year overhaul that saw it transform a pharmacy into a service-focused health centre.
A venture into part-time work running drugs workshops in schools after years in pharmacy taught me some surprising lessons, says pharmacist Asha Fowells
Tax reforms could damage the interests of pharmacy owners and locums, says Company Chemists’ Association's (CCA) Rebecca Lucas.
Allan Gordon is hungry to expand his pharmacy chain further after helping it almost quadruple in size
After working as a pharmacist on deployment in Afghanistan, Major Bex Heaton reveals how she found her way into the army
Malcolm Harrison, chief executive of the CCA, explains the inspiration behind his career in community pharmacy.
Dan Sheldon explains why the increasing focus on technology in pharmacy means pharmacists need to get to grips with the internet
Staff working in Tesco’s pharmacies are not among the estimated 9,000 supermarket employees who will be losing their jobs.
Sales broker Pharmacy Seekers has appointed Steve Jeffers as its new consultant for the north of England.
A Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) board member reveals how to take the necessary steps towards an alternative career in pharmacy
In an evolving pharmacy industry, Helen Kilminster says it’s essential to surround yourself with good people and adapt to the unexpected
The C+D Awards has revealed a category especially for locum pharmacists and staff, as well as a brand new venue next to London’s O2 arena.
Anita Cawley explains what lessons she learnt by tackling the challenges posed by her physical disability, and her path to becoming operations director of a medicines research provider and Pharmacist Support chair
Boots pharmacists received an average salary of £40,661, while Well pharmacists had a salary of £40,000, and Lloydspharmacy pharmacists took home £37,750.
Victoria Steele, deputy superintendent of Lloydspharmacy’s parent company Celesio UK, tells C+D why Iron Man races and working with architect Norman Foster has helped her pharmacy career