Practice

Taking training to the next level

By running health awareness campaigns off the back of the training modules she undertakes, Louise White can support her community’s health to the best of her ability.

A flair for retail

Simone Thyer admits that taking up a job in community pharmacy was pretty much a stab in the dark after she left school. Luckily, it was a risk that paid off.

Reflections on… revalidation: part 4

In the latest of our series, Asha Fowells charts her experience of the revalidation process and planned CPD entries.

Reflections on… revalidation part 3

In the third in our series, Asha Fowells charts her experience of the revalidation process and the support available.

A technician of many talents

Hannah Rewcastle is a woman of many talents, with search and rescue volunteer and police cadet leader on her CV alongside her work in pharmacy.

Reflections on… revalidation: part 2

In the second of our series, Asha Fowells charts her experience of the revalidation process and registering on the GPhC's new system.

Reflections on… revalidation: part 1

In the first of our new series, Asha Fowells muses on the journey to revalidation.

Helping others succeed

Myra Battle is making the most of her success in community pharmacy and using her experience to help others achieve new heights.

Understanding dispensing error legislation

With dispensing error legislation finally written into law, Tess Fenn looks at what this means for pharmacy technicians.

Focus on gender

With the media currently dominated by stories of the gender gap and gender pay gap, Tess Fenn looks at what this means in the context of pharmacy and pharmacy technicians.

Top for teamwork

Paula Hindmarch’s passion for helping people meant that a switch from police officer to dispensing assistant was not as far-fetched as it may seem.

Your guide to... revalidation

For pharmacy technicians who remember the days of getting CPPE certificates, it may feel like CPD has just been introduced. But a new era has begun: it’s the age of revalidation.

The five-year Which?

As yet another Which? report highlights failings in the care and advice available from community pharmacy teams, what is pharmacy doing to learn from its mistakes?

Change on the horizon

In this second of two articles on the outlook for pharmacy technicians in 2018 and beyond, Tess Fenn considers three significant changes that pharmacy technicians will see in the coming months and years.

Catching up with an RoE winner

Former RoE Award winner Debbie Starr tells TM how her career has progressed since scooping highly commended in the Retail Skills category and walking away with the Infant Care Award.

A head for healthcare

Working her way up from pharmacy novice to head office via a whole host of other challenges, Jenna Whitehead proves the sky is the limit.

Looking ahead

In this first of two articles on the outlook for pharmacy technicians in 2018 and beyond, Tess Fenn considers the focus for APTUK as pharmacy technicians’ professional leadership body.

A true champion of health

Accuracy checking pharmacy technician Tyly Roberts uses her local knowledge and passion for healthy living to make a difference in her community in more ways than one.

Meeting the standards

The GPhC recently unveiled new standards for pharmacy technician training. But what are they, why are they being implemented and how will it all work?

Changing direction

With the patter of tiny feet on the horizon, Leanne Beverley discusses difficult decisions, the appeal of new challenges and the continued importance of CPD.
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