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Ian Simpson

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  • Tribute: John Balmford Subscription

    7 AUG 2017

    When the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain decided to establish the College of Pharmacy Practice in November 1980, two of the signatures on the Memorandum of Association were those of John Balmford and William Darling, and I was very sorry to learn of the death of both of them (The Pharmaceutical Journal 2017;299:60). Others are more qualified to comment on Bill Darling’s life and work, but I would like to pay tribute to John Balmford. Following the establishment of the

  • Using the new RPS websiteSubscription

    14 JUN 2017Comments (2)

    The Retired Pharmacists’ Group (RPG) Committee wishes to share its thoughts on the design and usability of the new Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) website. Clearly, the designers of this long-awaited new website have worked hard to present a more modern look. We accept that it was necessary to make changes to the way in which the members of networking groups receive information to comply with new data protection laws. RPS staff have been helpful when we have contacted them for assis

  • Tribute to Colin HitchingsSubscription

    PJ, 12 July 2014, Vol 293, No 7818Comments (1)

    Colin will be sadly missed, but we can look back with pride on his career that drove developments national culminating in his time as President of the RPSGB 1983-84…

  • Shirley Anne GrovesSubscription

    18 JUL 2014

  • Tribute to John Langford Stacey Subscription

    13 NOV 2015

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