Stefano Mirabello is a registered Pharmacist.
Stefano initially obtained his professional qualification as a Pharmacist in Italy, in January 2010, after which he worked in a community pharmacy setting and in a microbiology laboratory within a hospital. During his time at university, he conducted research on amino acid reactivity.
Stefano registered with the GPhC (General Pharmaceutical Council) as a U.K. Pharmacist in January 2015, taking up varius positions in community pharmacies. It was in the community pharmacy sector that Stefano grasped a deep understanding of the role pharmacists played in the NHS in promoting health and wellbeing to local communities. He has a particular interest in how Pharmacy has a role in improving health outcomes for non communicable diseases (NCD’s).
Being multilingual (Italian, Spanish and English), Stefano is able to provide services to patients who may have difficulty communicating in English.
Stefano’s interests include medical writing, review, and preventative medicine through healthy living advice.
- Degree in Pharmacy (Italy)
- GPhC registered Pharmacist
- Flu Vaccinations Accreditation
- New Medicines Service
- Medication Review Training
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