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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, February 2017, Vol 298, No 7898

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  • Royal Pharmaceutical Society logo

    Your RPS needs you Subscription

    24 FEB 2017 9:14

    Show your passion and dedication to pharmacy by putting yourself forward for this year’s RPS national pharmacy board elections.

  • RPS Welsh Pharmacy Board

    Welsh Pharmacy Board meeting: 2 February 2017 Subscription

    16 FEB 2017 14:58 By Julia Robinson

    At the most recent RPS Welsh Pharmacy Board meeting, members discussed the future of local engagement in Wales and RPS Wales’ ongoing work with Welsh government and celebrated two more board member receiving their Faculty pins.

  • Staff meeting at a general practice

    Understanding the aims of sustainability and transformation plans (STPs) and what they mean for pharmacy Subscription

    14 FEB 2017 14:25 By Rahul Singal

    An overview of sustainability and transformation plans (STPs) — which the NHS will use to deliver the ‘Five year forward view’ — and how to work with them.

  • Tribute to Nigel Hughes Subscription

    6 FEB 2017 12:42 By Gill Hawksworth

    It was with great sadness that the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) West Yorkshire Local Practice Forum (WYLPF) steering group learnt that a great colleague and friend, Nigel Hughes, had passed away unexpectedly on 5 January 2017. Nigel was awarded a well-deserved Synergy Award in 2016 for his outstanding contribution to the pharmacy profession as a non-pharmacist.

  • Tribute to Bob Michell Subscription

    13 FEB 2017 15:30 By Martin Astbury

    Bob Michell was a tremendous human being. He served the public interest with distinction while a member of both the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (RPSGB) Council and the RPS Assembly. He understood professionalism and professionals. When Bob spoke, everyone listened — wisdom often delivered with a mesmerising anecdote.

  • Tribute to Andrew Stephen Clargo Subscription

    7 FEB 2017 11:21 By Mike Smith

    Andrew qualified from Manchester in 1986 and spent his early years working in community pharmacy in that area. He moved from there to Nuneaton and then on to Devon where it was my privilege to meet him some 15 years ago.

  • Professor speaks with students in a laboratory

    The role of academic pharmacists in science and research

    17 JAN 2017 10:00 By Steve Hemsley

    A career in academia allows pharmacists to conduct research and work in the cutting edge of pharmaceutical science. Here, Steve Hemsley speaks to academic pharmacists to find out more about what such roles involve.

  • The myth of the male menopause Subscription

    20 JAN 2017 14:09 By Terry Maguire

    My old friend and fellow pharmacist Sid Dajani has been making passionate pleas on your pages and elsewhere for pharmacists to identify testosterone deficiency (The Pharmaceutical Journal 2016;297:364). He is confident that, among men of a certain age, a dangerous lack of male hormone puts them at perilous ...

  • Pharmacist and patient in a pharmacy consultation room

    The Murray review: moving in the right direction Subscription

    22 FEB 2017 14:43 By Ingrid Torjesen

    On 20 December 2016, six days after the long-awaited report by the King’s Fund’s Richard Murray on the provision of clinical services in community pharmacy was published, health minister David Mowat described the review as “an essential road map that sets out how we are going to move the community pharmacy network away from a remuneration model”.

  • Book cover of ‘One health and the politics of antimicrobial resistance’, by Laura Kahn

    The history of antibiotic use in livestock and its contribution to antimicrobial resistance Subscription

    11 OCT 2016 15:27 By Steve Bremer

    ‘One health and the politics of antimicrobial resistance’, by Laura Kahn.

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