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John Ferguson

Mr John Ferguson, FRPharmS Former Secretary and Registrar of the RPSGB

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  • Editing The Pharmaceutical JournalSubscription

    8 FEB 2017Comments (6)

    We, the undersigned, are pressing for the restoration of the post of editor for The Pharmaceutical Journal. We believe that the The Pharmaceutical Journal needs to be refocused and that the recent departure of its publisher presents an ideal opportunity to review the situation. One of us (Douglas Simpson) addressed the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s (RPS) Assembly on this matter on 16 November 2016. However, no indication has been given about any of the Assembly’s dec

  • Lord Peston’s influence in the development of pharmacy educationSubscription

    17 AUG 2016Comments (1)

    In his tribute to Maurice Peston (The Pharmaceutical Journal 2016;297:60), Mark Burdon was correct in concluding that his association with pharmacy started with his appointment as a member of the Nuffield Committee of Enquiry on Pharmacy. That committee was established not long after a health minister, speaking at a British Pharmaceutical Conference, said words to the e

  • The long struggle to ensure prudent use of antibioticsSubscription

    25 NOV 2014

    Déjà vu was the overwhelming reaction I had to the feature on strategies to reduce the use of antibiotics in animals (The Pharmaceutical Journal 2014;293:517). When I was an assistant secretary of the former Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (RPSGB), responsible for the administrative arrangements of the practice committee and its four specialist subcommi

  • Inspections over timeSubscription

    PJ, 5 April 2014, Vol 292, No 7804

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