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Rose Marie Parr

Director of the Scottish Centre for Post Qualification Pharmaceutical Education

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  • Tribute to Peter Noyce Subscription

    19 JUN 2017

    We are writing as the UK chief pharmaceutical officers who act on behalf of government and the NHS. It was with great sadness that we learnt of the untimely death of Peter Noyce. Peter was the most effective pharmacist leader of his generation. He had a major impact on the NHS and health policy, as well as making a major contribution to both pharmacy education and to the evidence base for pharmacy practice. Peter was a member of the Nuffield Inquiry into pharmacy, published in 1986. Th

  • Tribute to Michele Stewart CaldwellSubscription

    11 AUG 2016

    The loss of a good friend and colleague is always a sad occasion. It is tragic however when the person concerned is at the peak of their professional career, innovative, vibrant, full of drive and has made a major contribution to her profession and patient care. Michele Caldwell (known as Mrs C to her colleagues!) graduated from pharmacy at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow in 1979, followed quickly by a masters in clinical pharmacy in 1982. Michele undertook significant continu

  • Shared learning - a collaborative education and training initiative for community pharmacists and general medical practitioners

    1 JAN 2000

    AIM - To plan, implement and evaluate a shared learning, collaborative education and training initiative for community pharmacists and general medical practitioners. DESIGN - A series of three (2.5 hour) direct learning courses was commissioned from the Scottish Centre for Post Qualification Pharmaceutical Ediucation for GPs and community pharmacists in spring, 1998. The courses were evaluated for aspects of quality, relevance and how the education met its stated

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