After finishing my pharmacy degree at the University of Bradford (including a year working in community and hospital pharmacies), I decided to make the unconventional leap in to science journalism. I cut my teeth on magazines for GPs and pharmacists, before taking over campaigns on the British Medical Association’s website.
From there I headed back to pharmacy, managing all clinical content in The Pharmaceutical Journal and Clinical Pharmacist, before leaping at the chance to join the Chemistry World team. I also occasionally write a bit for the Daily Telegraph and pop up in assorted skeptical podcasts.
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Data source: ProspectAccording to a survey by Prospect, women in the UK who use personal protective equipment (PPE) rated trousers as the least likely item to provide a suitable fit. Of those working in research, 84% had worn PPE replaced by their employer, although 51% were expected to clean it ...
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