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A pharmacist is professionally qualified to prepare and dispense medicines and drugs, and this knowledge is critical to the successful management of a wide range of medical conditions. Not only are they experts in medicines and their use, but they can also give patients advice on issues such as sexual health and giving up smoking.

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Band 6 Pharmacist

Yeovil, Somerset 
  £22 - £26  
 Temporary

Pharmacist Manager

Littleover, Derbyshire 
  £30,000 - £40,000  
 Permanent

Pharmacist Manager

Belton, Norfolk 
  £30,000 - £40,000  
 Permanent

Pharmacist Manager

Abingdon, Oxfordshire 
  £30,000 - £40,000  
 Permanent

Pharmacist Manager

Exeter, Devon 
  £30,000 - £40,000  
 Permanent

Locum Pharmacist

Ipswich, Suffolk 
  £23 - £25  
 Temporary

Band 6/7 Pharmacist

West Bromwich, West Midlands 
  £20 - £25  
 Temporary

Lead Pharmacist Cancer Services (Ba...

United Kingdom, United Kingdom 
  £46,559 - £55,873  
 Permanent

What’s Involved?

The day-to-day responsibilities of a pharmacist may include, but are not limited to:

  • Advising other healthcare professionals on the best medicines to treat particular conditions
  • Ensuring new medicines are safe to use with existing medication
  • Advising on dosage and providing information to help patients get the most out of their medication
  • Advising patients on the most effective prescription and non-prescription medicines for their condition
  • Providing information about possible side effects
  • Helping patients manage long term conditions
  • Making medicines when ready-made medicines are not available

Where Do Pharmacists Work?

Pharmacists can work for a number of different organisations and workplaces. Some pharmacists work as part of a healthcare team in a hospital, while others work in supermarkets or in pharmacies on the high street. There are also community pharmacists who work in local health centres, but may also visit patients at home or in care homes to provide treatment.

A pharmacist may also be responsible for supervising pharmacy assistants or pharmacy technicians when purchasing, dispensing and testing medicines.

What are the Entry Requirements?

Practising pharmacists must be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and have completed an accredited Masters degree in pharmacy (MPharm) – a four-year course which is available in universities across the UK.

If you’re a qualified pharmacist looking for pharmacist jobs in your area, we can help. We work with quality clients that regularly fill pharmacist jobs across the UK. For more information or to start your search, please register with Seven Healthcare today.

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