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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, January 2013

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  • The Faculty is the future Subscription

    16 JAN 2013 14:54

    Why do pharmacists choose to join the Royal Pharmaceutical Society? A major draw is likely to be the support and professional advocacy that the Society provides for its members. Another, we modestly suggest, is

  • Gazette (19 January 2013) (RPS members only) Subscription

    16 JAN 2013

    This week's Gazette page of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society can be viewed as a PDF.Announcements include: renewals, diary and deaths

  • RPS Faculty logo

    Plans for RPS Faculty unveiled Subscription

    16 JAN 2013 13:49

    Plans to launch a Royal Pharmaceutical Society Faculty this summer — a new initiative to provide members with support and recognition for advanced practice — have been unveiled by the Society today (16 January 2013).

  • Professional matters (19 January 2013) Subscription

    16 JAN 2013 12:52

    January 2013 edition covers:

  • Money and pills (Cherezoff/

    Uncertainty over value-based pricing unacceptable, say MPs Subscription

    16 JAN 2013 12:29

    Ongoing uncertainty over how value-based drug pricing will work is unacceptable, and the Department of Health should define the arrangements by April (2013), says the House of Commons Health Committee.

  • Nottingham university students

    Nottingham gears up to launch five-year MPharm degree Subscription

    16 JAN 2013 12:24

    A five-year MPharm degree is set to be launched by the University of Nottingham, with its first intake in September 2013. The course, which is currently going through the accreditation process, will integrate the preregistration training year.

  • Year 2038 bug problem

    16 JAN 2013 By Glow-worm

  • Body clock and obesity

    16 JAN 2013 By Glow-worm

    In a study published recently in Nature Medicine, a team from the University of Pennsylvania showed that the deletion of a gene contained in fat cells, which influences the mammalian circadian clock, can cause mice to become obese without any change in calorific intake.

  • Henry Bessemer and his inventions

    16 JAN 2013 By Glow-worm

    Saturday 19 January 2013 is the 200th anniversary of the birth, in Charlton, Hertfordshire, of the inventor Henry Bessemer.

  • Olivia Timbs

    Politics, prickliness, progress, privilege Subscription

    16 JAN 2013 11:16

    Former editor Olivia Timbs reflects on her tenure of The Journal over the past decade

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