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Title: The pharmacist’s : Jekyll and Hyde behaviour
Other Titles: The pharmacist’s : Jekyll and Hyde behaviour
Authors: Micallef, Charles
Keywords: Pharmacists -- Malta
Moviment Vuci ghall-Ispizjara
Community organization
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Medical Portals Ltd.
Citation: Micallef, C. (2015). The pharmacist’s : Jekyll & Hyde behaviour. The YSnapse, 14(5), 13-14
Abstract: Reflections on the Moviment Vuċi għall-Ispiżjara. The article titled, ‘Moviment vuċi għall-Ispiżjara’ which appeared in The Synapse earlier this year proved to be interesting. Mr Alfie Palmier, the leader of this movement, is of the opinion that despite the various specialities within the profession, all pharmacists share the same convictions (opinions). He further believes that with collaborative efforts, common goals can be achieved. Nice words indeed! In this article, the author will delve in the dual nature of the pharmacist, focusing on community practice. There are two reasons why unionisation issues relating to a community pharmacists’ perspective will be discussed. First, this is the area where the author has most experience. Second, according to a report published in 2013 by the Pharmacy Council of Malta, the principal area of full-time practice was represented by 40% of pharmacists working in the community. Those working on a reduced hour basis and as part-timers were not included in this figure.
Description: This article is referring to an article published in 2015 The Synapse Volume 14 Issue 2, which can be found through this link:
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The Synapse, Volume 14, Issue 5

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