(Original post by GPSurrey)
It is nice to see a healthcare professional exhibit such high standards of intelligence and "professionalism" (that's popular in pharmacy at the minute, no?).
Firstly, it is not appropriate to call someone a "tart". Would you do the same for your patients?
Secondly, why assume I am in the law? Do you lack the foresight to understand the point of my message - law is a profession governed by a registration exam. Sounds familiar? The idea of having lots of law schools and not all students moving on to the registration is clear and will come into pharmacy - the professional body favour it, or do you not keep up?! The way to make pharmacy a better profession is to get rid of the rubbish - you know the types, those who moan that chemistry and pharmaceutics are not relevant, those who haven't got the basic respect or manners to work with the public and those who are thick and cannot count!
And you really think you are recession-proof? Really? When the head of one pharmacy school was quoted a few years back saying that pharmacists were "one act of parliament away from becoming irrelevant". What do you think led to the new "more clinical" curriculum? When cuts are being made do you think the general public will cut doctors (will the GMC let them?), nurses or pharmacists? Who really has the biggest perceived impact (remember, read carefully...) on the public? And why not collate pharmacies into dispensing doctor's practices, to give one example - maybe look outside the UK for good examples of this type of thing...
You sadly sum up a lot of pharmacy students - a money-grabbing little egotist who has not got a clue about the bigger picture. Your profession will be all the better for having more pharmacy schools as it will mean the dross that actually might endanger the public are removed from harm's way. Then pharmacy will get only those who are truly committed to the profession.
And no, I am not in law but a subject closer than you might think...
pharmacists have jobs, most other courses dont, says its own story. Yeah we are money grabbers as money makes the world go you retard
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Durham and now Birmingham launching MPharm degrees?? watch
- 26-09-2011 21:15
- 26-09-2011 21:19
Did anyone else glance at the thread title and think it was something to do with harming MPs? Or was it just me?
- 20-06-2012 09:56
Well there's more medical school's then pharmacist schools...so its all good
- 21-06-2012 01:52
Over saturation (currently happening now), wages get slashed, people get pissed, they introduce D.Pharm to keep the kids in uni longer, **** gets real...