• 5 community outreach ideas for community pharmacies
    Here we look at some ways in which community pharmacies can organise outreach programmes, which will help to increase the pharmacy’s presence within the community and enhance public awareness.
  • 5 indicators that your community pharmacy needs a transformation
    Pharmacy managers need to keep their community pharmacy up-to-par in order to meet the needs of the community effectively. See these indicators to determine whether a transformation is needed to meet these standards.
  • 5 key aspects to providing quality care
    Providing quality care results in greater patient satisfaction, and this is the ultimate aim for most healthcare professionals. Here we will look at five different aspects that influence the quality of patient care.
  • Addressing abuse in Singapore healthcare institutions
    The abuse of healthcare workers has been on the rise, and many local healthcare institutions have taken measures to protect their staff accordingly. Read on for some of the measures that have been put into place.
  • How community pharmacies can stay on top of inventory management
    It is crucial that community pharmacies manage inventory successfully as this will ensure a smooth operation. Here are some tips to ensure that the inventory system is well-managed and organised.
  • Job switch: How pharmacists can reject a counter offer - Part 3
    In the finale of our three-part series on job hopping for pharmacists, a senior pharmacist elaborates on why pharmacy managers make counter-offers when a pharmacists resigns and how, if non-beneficial, pharmacists can reject these professionally so as to not leave any lasting negative impacts.
  • Looking into the costs and rewards of becoming a doctor
    While many physicians are reported to be dissatisfied with their career, a new study finds that those who become a doctor only when they are inspired with the calling are less likely to suffer burnout.
  • The dangers of overwhelming empathy in healthcare
    Having empathy for patients is important to make a connection and deliver care, but too much emphasis on it may in turn result in negative impacts on medical care.
  • Nurses, are you suffering from shift work sleep disorder?
    Nurses are prone to contracting shift work sleep disorder (SWSD) due to their need to work different shifts and have irregular sleeping patterns. Here we will look at the remedies of the condition.
  • Managing distractions in the healthcare sector
    With the lives of the patients at stake, any distraction can prove to be deadly in the healthcare sector. Here we will look at the common distractions in healthcare and how they can be managed effectively.
  • 4 ways for nurses to maintain clinical competency
    Nurses must make every effort to maintain their clinical competency as their patients require optimal care and supervision. Here we look at a few ways in which they can do so.
  • 8 ethical dilemmas that healthcare professionals face
    Healthcare providers need to deal with ethical dilemmas that make it a difficult industry to work in. Some examples are the placebo effect, defensive medicine and physician-assisted death.
  • The crucial role of a nurse practitioner
    Nurse practitioners are able to offer high levels of excellent patient care. In fact, some even perceive them to be able to form stronger connections with their patients.