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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, Vol 299, 7905

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  • Man on chair measures tangled mess

    Science reproducibility crisis: better measurement is required to tackle global health challenges Subscription

    20 SEP 2017 14:46

    Measurement underpins UK trade and regulation, and helps us support innovation and government policy.

  • Deaths: David Morris Green Subscription

    15 SEP 2017 14:47

    On 6 September 2017, David Morris Green MRPharmS, aged 95, of Southport, Merseyside. Dr Green registered with the Society in 1945.

  • Deaths: Frank Courie Subscription

    15 SEP 2017 14:46

    On 8 August 2017, Frank Courie MRPharmS, aged 70, of Burton, Milford Haven. Mr Courie registered with the Society in 1973.

  • Deaths: Sarah Michelle Yassin Subscription

    15 SEP 2017 14:41

    On 26 July 2017, Sarah Michelle Yassin MRPharmS, aged 43, of Lewes, East Sussex. Mrs Yassin registered with the Society in 1996.

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    RPS Winter Summit to focus on science and innovation Subscription

    14 SEP 2017 17:08

    Artificial intelligence and big data may not traditionally be associated with pharmacy, but these are just two of the innovations up for discussion at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s inaugural Winter Summit.

  • Images showing forms of drug delivery: nanoparticles, microchip technology, micro needle patcher and ultrasound-guided delivery

    Making drugs work better: four new drug delivery methods Subscription

    14 SEP 2017 11:27 By Janna Lawrence

    New drug delivery methods have started to emerge that aim to improve efficacy, cost-effectiveness and adherence as well as reduce side effects.

  • Historical illustration of an eye

    Evidence-based understanding of dry eye disease in pharmacy: overview of the TFOS DEWS II report

    12 SEP 2017 16:25 By James Wolffsohn, Jennifer P. Craig

    July 2017 saw publication of the Tear Film and Ocular Surface Society International Dry Eye Workshop report, an update to the 2007 report that became the reference for clinicians, researchers and industry on dry eye. Pharmacy is a frequent point of contact for patients with a dry eye condition. Pharmacists and pharmacy teams should therefore be aware of its changing definiton, causes, diagnosis and management.

  • RPS announces four new Honorary Fellowship Awards Subscription

    8 SEP 2017 11:13

    At the Royal Pharmaceutical Society Assembly meeting on 19 July 2017, members agreed to award Honorary Fellowships of the Society to the following individuals: William Charman, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia; Stewart Adams, retired; David G. Taylor, University College London; Sam Salek, University of Hertfordshire.

  • Deaths: Marilyn June Mackenzie Subscription

    8 SEP 2017 10:34

    On 22 April 2017, Marilyn June Mackenzie MRPharmS, aged 77, of Grange Park, London. Mrs Mackenzie registered with the Society in 1962.

  • Tribute: Peter Noyce Subscription

    8 SEP 2017 10:14 By Ron Pate

    I have read the most impressive, eloquent and well-deserved tributes to Peter Noyce following his untimely death and would wish to add to these with some pertinent history for clinical pharmacists of today. Peter made many contributions to pharmacy practice but many clinical pharmacists will not be aware of the debt their current role is owed to him.

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