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    8 MAY 2017Comments (1)

    As a group of volunteers up and down the country, local practice forum (LPF) steering group members work hard to provide a local offering for members of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS). This includes, but is not limited to: education and training events; research symposia; networking and support; mentoring opportunities; PR campaigns with local politicians; engagement with schools and universities; liaising with third sector organisations and plenty more, to ensure the profession has a

  • Ethnic disparities in the uptake of pharmacy services Subscription

    24 SEP 2016

    On 27 August 2016, UK prime minister Teresa May announced an audit of public services to reveal racial disparities and to help end the injustices that many people experience. This will be led by a unit in the Cabinet Office and will include coverage of health services. It is

  • NAWP report

    29 JAN 2000

    SIR, Over recent months, the PJ has published several valuable articles and papers on pharmacy workforce issues. A shared feature of the studies reported has been that, not surprisingly, they concerned themselves with individuals currently on the pharmaceutical register. In contrast, the National Association of Women Pharmacists (NAWP) recently concluded a study of pharmacists who have left the register. Eighty-four female pharmacists who had left the register by notifying the

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