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RPS annual conference 2017

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The 2017 RPS Annual Conference (3–4 September 2017 at the The Vox, Birmingham) focuses on the reality of healthcare change; health challenges of our time; career development and progression; and learning.

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Pharmacists respond to Keith Ridge's claims

11 SEP 2017

Mixed response from pharmacists to England’s chief pharmaceutical officer Keith Ridge’s claim that pharmacy needs to “up its game”.

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Pharmacy needs to 'up its game', Ridge tells RPS annual conference delegates

5 SEP 2017By

Pharmacy must “up its game in terms of quality”, Keith Ridge, the chief pharmaceutical officer (CPO) for England, told delegates at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s (RPS) 2017 annual conference.

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Pharmacy minister pledges to make better use of pharmacists’ expertise

4 SEP 2017By

The pharmacy profession is highly regarded as “can-do” in government, but it may have been underused in the past, new pharmacy minister Steve Brine, told the Royal Pharmaceutical Society 2017 annual conference.

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Nigel Clarke welcomes RPS's 'solid science' approach as he updates revalidation processSubscription

4 SEP 2017

Nigel Clarke, chair of the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC), has spoken of his support for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s “move towards research-based solid science”.

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Community pharmacy-led sexual health services should be commissioned nationally, conference hears

4 SEP 2017By

Community pharmacies are ideally placed to be the first port of call for women requiring comprehensive and convenient contraceptive and sexual health services, concluded a discussion at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society 2017 annual conference in Birmingham, UK.

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