Student survey: oversupply, poor salary biggest obstacles

NAPSA Congress 2016 at James Cook University, Townsville. Photo: Christian Nimri Photography
Pharmacy students are mostly positive about the future but are hoping for better pay and conditions on entering the workforce The National Australian Pharmacy Students’ Association (NAPSA) has released the results of its latest student survey. In November 2016, 761 Australian pharmacy students completed the National Pharmacy Students’ Survey with 68% of these employed in

This content is restricted to registered users only. If you have already registered on the AJP website please login below, Or you can Register for free.

Forgot Password?Why do I need to login & stay in?

Previous What you thought about the codeine decision
Next Pharmacist reprimanded over “excessive” dispensing