The 2016 Annual Conference (4–5 September 2016 at the ICC Birmingham) focuses on improved service delivery in pharmacy, clinical excellence and educational reform. Through four conference themes, delegates will engage in sessions that explore important issues that affect pharmacy, while showcasing innovation and best practice.
Speaker says there will probably be no major changes to the implementation of the EU Clinical Trials directive in the UK, which should help harmonise the rules in Europe and improve the transparency of clinical trials
Novel psychoactive substances: what are they and what implications can they have for pharmacists?Subscription
At one of the sessions at the 2016 RPS annual conference delegates heard all about the rise of novel psychoactive substances; what they are, what laws have been introduced to help control them and most importantly, what pharmacists need to know in order to manage them.
Speaking at the RPS annual conference, Marc Donovan said pharmacy needs to change and must embrace new technology and services.
Unnecessary variation in hospital pharmacy services on weekends can be avoided through optimal use of medicines, technology and workforce, according to an NHS report published on 5 September 2016.
Mahendra Patel, a member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) English Pharmacy Board, has been awarded the annual RPS Charter Award, which recognises exceptional service in promoting the interests of pharmacy.
Plans to cut 6% from community pharmacy funding in England will not be implemented in October 2016 as originally planned, says David Mowat, minister for community health and care.
'A pharmacy without a pharmacist is a shop', Royal Pharmaceutical Society president tells annual conference
Any further technological advances and legislative changes in pharmacy must not lead to the removal of pharmacists from the high street, Martin Astbury president of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) said at the annual RPS conference on 4 September 2016.
At one of the plenery sessions from the 2016 RPS Conference, Julia Robinson heard that the views of newly registered pharmacists and students must be listened to in order to take the profession forward.
The underlying personality traits of pharmacists and doctors may help explain why working together is such a challenge.