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  • Tribute to Brian William BurtSubscription

    20 OCT 2015Comments (1)

    Brian William Burt, known to many as Bill, was a tireless, cheerful centre of gravity in the Chelsea College pharmacy department for more than 30 years, retiring before it merged with King’s College. Bill left an indelible impression on generations of students, devoted as he was to their welfare, both academic and personal. He was an immensely popular teacher. He was also very active outside pharmacy, having wide cultural interests, and was an enthusiastic outdoorsman: very much a well rounde

  • Tribute to Norman HarrisSubscription

    16 OCT 2015

    Norman Harris researched and taught at Chelsea College Department of Pharmacy in numerous areas, including pharmaceutics, microbiology and radiopharmacy, before it was merged with King’s College London. However, I believe his greatest contribution to pharmacy teaching was in the 1970s, when he and Bill Burt pioneered clinical pharmacy teaching as a core final year module. This module integrated pathology, therapeutics and ward-based bedside case presentation with real patients and was one of

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