Ross Ferguson is a pharmacist and pharmacy and healthcare freelance writer.
Sid Dajani’s letter (The Pharmaceutical Journal online, 13 April 2017), prompted partly by my letter two months earlier (
Many pharmacists I have spoken to agree that the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) has lost touch with its members and that The Pharmaceutical Journal is irrelevant to them. These are seasoned pharmacists with years of experience and significant responsibility within the areas in which they work. If that does not sound alarm bells, I do not know what does. If we value the RPS and want it to thrive, we need to recognise the errors that are being made, and enable chang
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