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Weekly Comment

Every month Pharmacy Daily recruits an industry professional to be our guest columnist and supply the industry with general information about their profession or service, which features in the issue each Monday.
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Weekly comment

Posted: Mon 11 Sep 17

Weekly Comment 11 Sep 17: Don’t stay ‘Mum’ on stretchmarks


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THIS week's contributor is Michelle Vogrinec, mum of three, creator of GAIA Natural Baby, MD of GAIA Skin Natural Australia - The reality is a stretchmark is a form of scarring.


Posted: Mon 04 Sep 17

Weekly Comment 04 Sep 17: Taking the sting out of nappy rash!


THIS week's contributor is Michelle Vogrinec, mum of three, creator of GAIA Natural Baby, MD of GAIA Skin Natural Australia - Nappy rash is caused by germs on the baby's skin together with the high level of ammonia often found in urine.


Posted: Mon 28 Aug 17

Weekly Comment 28 Aug 17: Don’t burn your bridges – Part 2


THIS week's contributor is Amy Filicietti, Recruitment Consultant at Raven's Recruitment - So how do you best exit a position without burning any of your professional bridges.


Posted: Mon 21 Aug 17

Weekly Comment 21 Aug 17: Don’t burn your bridges – Part 1


This week's contributor is Amy Filicietti, Recruitment Consultant at Raven's Recruitment - Given today's work environment is more connected than ever before, maintaining relationships when resigning is vital.


Posted: Mon 14 Aug 17

Weekly Comment 14 Aug 17: Go rural, get the experience!


This week's contributor is Nivi Kent, Locum Recruitment Consultant at Raven's Recruitment - I was recently speaking with a long-term locum of ours, who said whenever she goes to a pharmacy to locum and gets talking to a student or intern pharmacist she always gives them this advice: "Go out of your comfort zone and challenge yourself.


Posted: Mon 07 Aug 17

Weekly Comment 07 Aug 17: Do you ever stop to ask yourself why?


THIS week’s contributor is Debbie Capuano, Recruitment Consultant at Raven’s Recruitment.


Posted: Mon 31 Jul 17

Weekly Comment 31 July 17: Why are unwanted drugs not donated to developing countries?


THIS week's contributor is Toni Riley, Community Pharmacist and Project Manager of National Return of Unwanted Medicines - Although sending unwanted medicines to developing countries or countries experiencing disaster situations is often thought to be a useful way of providing much needed supplies, unfortunately not all medicine donations are helpful, and inappropriate medicine donations can be dangerous or useless.


Posted: Mon 24 Jul 17

Weekly Comment 24 July 17: Potential dangers and damage associated with unwanted medicines


THIS week's contributor is Toni Riley, Community Pharmacist and Project Manager of National Return of Unwanted Medicines - There are many reasons why it is not a good idea to store unwanted medicines at home.