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Mike Hannay

Mike Hannay is general manager and vice president for the biopharma services division of Thermo Fisher Scientific in the UK.

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  • Delivering personalised medicines will be our forteSubscription

    16 MAY 2016

    Our expertise is unique, built on a foundation of science, combined with clinical knowledge to improve the health of our nation. This century has seen a revolution in the way medicines are developed, with personalised medicines set to become the norm rather than the exception. We need to ensure that our profession is at the forefront of this revolution. I have spent over a quarter of a century in science and industry and now, more than ever, I am convinced that our profession is the only prof

  • Must fight against community pharmacy funding cutsSubscription

    19 APR 2016

    Pharmacists are making a huge contribution to improving the health of our nation. We are the most accessible healthcare profession bar none. Our clinical skills have never been better and they have never been more needed. The recent report demonstrating the phenomenal impact pharmacists are having in care homes is just the latest evidence of the value we deliver. Yet, at the point of what should be a golden age for pharmacy, the morale of our frontline pharmacists has never been lower. The to

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    Educating for excellenceSubscription

    PJ, 12 July 2014, Vol 293, No 7818

    Mike Hannay describes what attendees will take away from the RPS Annual Conference stream he is chairing on pharmacy education.

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