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Peter Noyce

PhD, FRPharms Professor of pharmacy practice, Manchester Pharmacy School, University of Manchester

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  • Listening Friends: the original peer support scheme for pharmacistsSubscription

    8 NOV 2016

    This year — 2016 — is a special year for Pharmacist Support (previously The Benevolent Fund) because not only does it commemorate the charity’s 175th anniversary, it also marks 20 years of one of its most recognised services, Listening Friends. The Listening Friends scheme was launched in 1996 by Sue Sharpe, then director of legal services at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, and Alan Nathan, then a member of the Society’s Council and chair of the committee that oversaw its disciplinar

  • Celebrating 175 years of support to the professionSubscription

    27 APR 2016

    April 2016 marks a significant milestone for both the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) and the profession’s independent charity Pharmacist Support. Together we celebrate 175 years of support to the profession, providing us with a wonderful opportunity to reflect on our own paths. It has been quite the journey from the organisation from which we both evolved, established by Jacob Bell and colleagues back in 1841. Today the RPS is seeking royal college status and its Benevolent Fund, n

  • Opportunities to promote self careSubscription

    4 JUN 2014Updated: 4 JUN 2014

    We welcome the article by Amisha Patel and Hemant Patel (PJ 2014;292:484), which focuses on self care of long-term conditions, how healthcare professionals should engage with it and the role community pharmacy should have in promoting this. The authors usefully present the Department of Health’s definition of self care and highlight potential benefits of why healthcare professionals s

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