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  • Building blocks of a professional body

    18 APR 2008 23:00 By Matthew Wright

    As well as providing details about the scope and functions of a future professional body for pharmacy, Nigel Clarke’s recently published report sets out what possible organisational structures could support this vision — and how these might be implemented.

  • Opinion Leader research

    1 JUL 2008

    As long ago as March last year, I asked the Society to set up an interactive website to promote engagement in the professional leadership debate. At last, the Journal has provided that forum.

  • lawyer's severance pay

    14 AUG 2008

    Is it the intention of RPSGB to hand out 'golden goodbyes' to the lawyers in their employ once regulatory matters are taken out of their hands??

  • Membership Survey 2

    28 SEP 2008


    30 APR 2009

    After a well attended Special General Meeting and Debate, the next question is whether our Leadership are able and willing to persuade the Department of Health to incorporate  the substance of the overwhelming feelings and content of the Resolutions passed at the SGM into the body of the new Pharmacy Order.

  • Royal Charter vote

    17 JUL 2009

    I would like to respond to two points made in the letters pages of this week's Pharmaceutical Journal (18 July) regarding the ballot on changes to the Society's royal charter, which closes on Monday (extended to Tuesday for postal votes only, due to the planned postal strike).

  • What can we afford?

    6 SEP 2009

    If the new professional body is not compulsory, then I think pharmacists particularly those newly qualified and those working part-time will think twice about the amount they have to pay. What do pharmacists here think will be an acceptable fee?

  • Leadership Subscription

    1 OCT 2009 0:00 By Ruth McGuire

    Opinion varies as to the precise difference between a leader and a manager. Some think that leadership is purely about showing others which direction to take whereas others think that leadership also involves skills such as motivating others. But there is some consensus around the fact that leadership is about people and particularly about relationships. In general, managers operate systems and take charge of functions as well as people, whereas leaders only ever have a direct impact ...

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