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Ellen Schafheutle

PhD, MRPharmS. Senior lecturer in law and professionalism in pharmacy

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  • Tribute to Peter NoyceSubscription

    9 JUN 2017

    It is with much sorrow that we mourn the passing of professor emeritus in pharmacy practice Peter Noyce. Already with a successful career in hospital pharmacy and at the Department of Health behind him, Peter arrived in Manchester in 1991, aged 45, as one of the first professors in pharmacy practice in the UK, establishing the Drug Usage and Pharmacy Practice Group (DUPPG) at the University of Manchester. He was head of this group throughout his career at Manchester (1991–2011), and he was he

  • Tribute to Peter NoyceSubscription

    9 JUN 2017

    It is with great sadness that we hear of the untimely death of our friend and mentor Peter Noyce. We first had the opportunity to work with Peter as PhD students at the end of the 1990s within the relatively new Drug Usage and Pharmacy Practice Group at the University of Manchester, to which he had been appointed as their first professor of pharmacy practice in 1991. We have since enjoyed many years of both his critical challenge (always getting us to rethink or consider things from a differe

  • Opportunities to promote self careSubscription

    4 JUN 2014Updated: 4 JUN 2014

    We welcome the article by Amisha Patel and Hemant Patel (PJ 2014;292:484), which focuses on self care of long-term conditions, how healthcare professionals should engage with it and the role community pharmacy should have in promoting this. The authors usefully present the Department of Health’s definition of self care and highlight potential benefits of why healthcare professionals s

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