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  • Simon Harris, head of education and training at Green Light Campus, community pharmacist and preregistration training manager at Green Light Pharmacy

    What I do as an education and training lead and tutor Subscription

    8 MAY 2017 By Simon Harris

    Simon Harris describes his experience in developing and delivering a range of education programmes for pharmacy professionals, as well as the reasons why he became a tutor, and the benefits this has brought to his career.

  • Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, building

    Scottish government backs new integrated five-year pharmacy degree for 2020

    5 MAY 2017 By Debbie Andalo

    A five-year integrated pharmacy degree  is set to be introduced throughout Scotland in three years’ time, but the detail of how the workplace learning will fit into the degree timetable and which model to adopt, has not yet been decided.

  • RPS board members must champion our aspirations Subscription

    27 APR 2017 By Thomas Byrne

    The Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) may struggle to engage its membership, particularly those early in their careers. To find solutions, it is natural to look to the elder statesmen of the profession. However, the next generation of pharmacists are watching this RPS election with a keen eye. Although I have no vote, I hope to see board members elected who will take account of our aspirations and expectations. Undoubtedly, the profession and the Society face mounting challenges and ...

  • Preparing our future pharmacists Subscription

    25 APR 2017 By Nadia Bukhari

    The profession is undergoing uncertainty and change but this represents an opportunity for us to promote and embed new ways of working.

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    Pharmacy students set out expectations for training and future career

    19 APR 2017
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    All pharmacy students should be taught prescribing skills as a core part of their MPharm degree and be exposed to real-life clinical settings from their first year, according to a new report, which sets out pharmacy students’ aspirations and expectations for the future.

  • There’s more to pharmacy than just being a pharmacist Subscription

    12 APR 2017 By Hala Jawad

    Hello my name is Hala and I am passionate about pharmacy. I’m grateful and honoured to be nominated for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) English Pharmacy Board elections.

  • Make pharmacy a greater profession Subscription

    12 APR 2017 By Altaf Vaiya

    I am Altaf Vaiya, a community pharmacist for almost 10 years. From a young age, I felt proud mentioning to my friends that my father was a pharmacist as the title of being a pharmacist felt like an honor to me. This inspired me to follow my dad’s footsteps and with this I just managed to pass my MPharm degree. Having struggled throughout my studies, I am sure many of my lecturers were surprised when I graduated. Nevertheless, on that day I felt I was being entrusted with a responsibility, ...

  • Students taking an exam

    GPhC removes option for registration assessments to be re-marked

    31 MAR 2017

    The option to have pharmacy registration assessments re-marked will be removed from 2017, the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has announced.

  • kings college, university of london

    Nottingham, King's and UCL ranked among best in the world for pharmacy and pharmacology education

    20 MAR 2017

    Three UK universities that offer the Master of Pharmacy degree have been ranked among the best in the world for their pharmacy and pharmacology education.

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    App launched to help pharmacy undergraduates to learn about drugs

    13 MAR 2017

    A new app to support UK pharmacy undergraduates to learn about key drugs has been developed by a collaboration of 16 pharmacy schools.

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