Keep Calm & Stay Professional

by Kazeem Olalekan Here is an event for the diary! On the 19th of May, the Wessex Local Practice Forum of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society has an event up its sleeves! It is an event structured to inspire Pharmacists in the Wessex region. It is being chaired by Jane Portlock, Professor of Clinical Pharmacy Education at UCL School […]

The results are in…and everyone is a winner

by Kazeem Olalekan Following from the recently completed election onto the National Pharmacy Board in England, Wales and Scotland; bookapharmacist.com is happy to note that this is an election it is proud of. Everyone is a winner: elected or not. We are releasing a YouTube video of the results.     Related posts: tag: election2012

Tagging the Election in England, Scotland and Wales

by Kazeem Olalekan MRPharmS Following from quotes (1,2) from the excellent candidates taking part in the Royal Pharmaceutical Society Election to the Board in England, Scotland and Wales; I have produced a Tag of what I consider to be key words or phrases from the quotes: 100% advocate all aspiration awareness barriers believe challenges change […]

Who’s Who in Scotland and Wales – Election 2012

by Kazeem Olalekan Following from quotes from candidates from English Pharmacy Board election, this post focus on Scotland and Wales candidates. Scotland Election Board I believe that pharmacists need to engage and shape the future of their professional body and will strive to ensure that it is fit for purpose and that pharmacists are supported both […]

Professional Support – Dealing with children who are collecting medicines from pharmacy

by Kazeem Olalekan MRPharmS One of the benefits of being a member of the Pharmacy professional body: RPS is access to the Pharmaceutical Journal and professional support in the form of Professional Matters. It is the NO 12, April 2012 edition of the Professional Support Bulletin that caught my attention. It tackles how to deal […]

The Who’s Who – Election 2012

by Kazeem Olalekan MRPharmS It’s election season at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and the arrival of my Ballot Paper last week has filled me with real excitement. The Society is about to elect new members to the English, Scottish and Welsh Pharmacy Boards. The candidates are listed here. I sure hope all members will be […]

How does one know?

by Kazeem Olalekan MRPharmS The results of a recent YouGov survey conducted on behalf of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society gave me a great cause for concern. The first survey was completed from 10-15 February 2012 by 7,755 UK adults and the second survey from 17-22 February by 7,505 UK adults. (1). 1 in 6  (17%) […]

It’s “yes” from me…

by Kazeem Olalekan In an attempt to avoid being pisunderstood, I will like to state here that fook-a-barm-a-cyst will be endorsing the “yes” vote to allow Pharmaceutical Scientist membership of the Royal Pharmaceutical society-RPS (1). This is the story of Rindercella and her sugly isters. Rindercella and her sugly isters lived in a marge lansion. […]