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Stephen Messham

Stephen Messham is public relations officer 2014-2015 for the British Pharmaceutical Students' Association

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  • Do we need another school of pharmacy?Subscription

    21 APR 2015

    As the situation stands, it is projected that the number of pharmacy graduates is already sufficient to, or in excess of, the number of preregistration training places available, although the actuality of this has not yet been assessed. Adding another new school of pharmacy to a system that is potentially already at capacity will only exacerbate this issue. An issue that th

  • The pharmacy degree risks becoming less attractive to studentsSubscription

    21 OCT 2014

    We are extremely disappointed with the decision made by MP Greg Clark that it “is not necessary to implement a specific student number control for pharmacy”. As we set out in our response to the consultation in 2013, the British Pharmaceutical Students’ Association (BPSA) does not support a free-market-based approach to the management of student numbers. We believe that a control at the point of entry would have the least impact on concerned parties. We hope that the minister’s comments will

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