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Peter Kopelman

MD, FRCP, FFPH Chairman of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society Faculty board

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  • Peter Kopelman

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    24 MAY 2013

    Pharmacists’ roles have evolved considerably since my days as a consultant physician and senior lecturer in east London in the 1980s at the time when local formularies were first being developed. My interest in pharmacy originates from the period when I chaired Newham’s district medicines committee, which included both hospital and community pharmacists. I appreciated then the pivotal role pharmacists play in advising and guiding people about appropriate treatments. Development of the

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