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    22 FEB 2017Comments (2)

    I have read The Pharmaceutical Journal since the days of my pharmacy apprenticeship. I have always valued my receipt of it, have always found items of interest and value in it, and I continue to do so to this day. In addition, even though I go online to the website three or four times a week, I still find fresh items of interest or value when I receive the print edition. Given the variety of roles individual pharmacists undertake — including those in areas of

  • If you want to influence pharmacy’s future, vote in the RPS electionsSubscription

    22 APR 2016

    Our profession continues to face many challenges, not only those raised by the Department of Health consultation and the Carter review but also those such as the development of five-year integrated MPharm degree and improvements to training and experience in the preregistration year. Strong national pharmacy boards are needed to address these challenges and to lead the profession and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) forward. Voting in the RPS national pharmacy board elections wil

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    12 JUN 2015Comments (1)

    Once again we have a low voter turnout in the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s (RPS) English Pharmacy Board election. Being a board member is undoubtedly no easy task and we should all be pleased that there are members willing to undertake this role. Accordingly we should surely give consideration to their various statements, letters and posts and cast our votes for those who seem to best meet the needs of members and of the board and the RPS. All candidates deserve to receive this consi

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