Trainee pharmacist, Ali shares his day-to-day life of the role and his experiences in an NHS trust.Read transcript
Being a rotational pharmacist provides a varied way to rotate through a number of specialities. The rotations are designed to give you experience and exposure to a variety of practice areas. As a result, your core clinical knowledge and skills will be enhanced, and you will gain management and leadership experience.
Within each speciality, supported by senior pharmacists, it will be your responsibility to lead the clinical pharmacy service on the wards. You will be the primary point-of-contact for pharmacy colleagues and other healthcare professionals, giving you invaluable experience and opportunities to grow your pharmacy knowledge.
Typically you will gain experience in acute admissions, Oncology, Aseptic units, Paediatrics and Maternity services, Trauma and Orthopaedics as well as providing a clinical ward service.
Consultant Pharmacist, Alison shares her day-to-day life of the role and her experiences in hospital.Read transcript