Tuesday, November 20, 2018

From war-torn homeland to crisis-stricken NHS

When he arrived in England 13 years ago from Afghanistan, Masih Kunduzi could speak no English. Now he is running a branch of Day...

Training for a bright future

Team PreReg has helped students pass a difficult registration assessment and now plans a “master-class” in support. Its co-founder Harvinder Mann talks to Neil...

What patients want

Customer care is not rocket science but it is mightily important as Farah Ali reveals. The general manager of Warman-Freed Pharmacy talks to Neil...

A team of pharmacy leaders

Every member of the team at Reid’s Pharmacy in London is empowered to play an important role, insists Terry Reid. Neil Trainis talks to...

Meeting the patient’s need

The award-winning Kirby Pharmacy is more interested in listening to what its patients want rather than what NHS England wants. Its pharmacist Dipali Patel...

A time for community pharmacy to sink or swim

Day Lewis pharmacy in Chelmsford has taken the plunge into the health needs of its community. Its assistant manager Tom Duncan talks to Neil...

Taking community pharmacy to new heights

There is no limit to what pharmacists north or south of the border can do for patients, says Bernadette Brown. The Pharmacy Business of...

The community is the pharmacist’s canvas

Bina Patel says she could be wealthy and driving an expensive car but who cares? She puts a smile on the faces of people...

Putting the ‘community’ into community pharmacy

Naz Khideja has taken community health to new levels and is determined not to let the government’s funding cuts stop her in her tracks....

Public health visionary

Francisco Alvarez believes passionately in pharmacists’ ability to take the pressure off GPs. Let’s hear it for Pharmacy First. The public health pharmacist of...