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Ash Soni

President of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society

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  • Engaging both members and non-membersSubscription

    12 MAY 2017

    Over the past few weeks, I have been delighted to see a higher level of engagement than has probably been seen in the past. Much of this has been through modern social media routes such as Twitter and Telegram. This is something the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) should investigate further to see how it utilises these media to maximise the engagement with members and non-members that utilise these media routes. The debate has been challenging and maybe some of it has drifted into areas th

  • Wherever there is a medicine, there should be a pharmacistSubscription

    12 APR 2017

    As the Royal Pharmaceutical Society enters its latest elections, pharmacists are being seen in new and emerging roles. These are being seen by some as more exciting and rewarding than some current practice. However, I am concerned at the continuing theme that some current roles, particularly that of community pharmacists, are not seen as having the same status or importance. We belong to the third largest profession but this continuous attempt to differentiate weakens that integrated s

  • Ash Soni, president of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society

    Ensuring relevance across the breadth of pharmacySubscription

    PJ, 13 September 2014, Vol 293, No 7827Comments (2)

    Newly elected RPS President Ash Soni looks at some of the challenges ahead, including gaining his own Faculty accreditation.

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