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Issue : The Pharmaceutical Journal, May 2008

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  • Peter Joseph McDevitt (Death notice) Subscription

    17 MAY 2008

    On 30 April 2008, Peter Joseph McDevitt, MRPharmS, aged 70, of 73 Finlay Drive, Dennistoun, Glasgow G31 2QZ.Mr McDevitt registered in 1961.

  • Robert Alan Newcomb (Death notice) Subscription

    17 MAY 2008

    On 14 April 2008, Robert Alan Newcomb, MRPharmS, aged 92, of 41 Little Morton Road, North Wingfield, Chesterfield, Derbyshire S42 5HL.Mr Newcomb registered in 1938.

  • Pharmacist with a portfolio career Subscription

    9 MAY 2008

    Malcolm Brown

  • Pharmacy doctorates (University of Derby) Subscription

    9 MAY 2008

    Pharmacy doctorates Tracey Boyce, MPSNIGillian Gow, MRPharmSJudith Grice, MRPharmSSusan Shaw, MRPharmSDeborah Wright, MRPharmShave been awarded doctorof pharmacy degrees by the University of Derby.

  • Striking-off follows jail for cocaine conspiracy Subscription

    9 MAY 2008

    A Gloucester pharmacist sent to jail because he supplied mannitol foruse in cutting illegal supplies of cocaine has had his name removedfrom the Register of Pharmaceutical Chemists.

  • Interprofessional education: preparing future pharmacists for 2020 Subscription

    9 MAY 2008 23:00

    Neena Lakhani, MSc, MRPharmS, is a senior lecturer at DeMontfort University and a consultant in primary care and community pharmacy Elizabeth Anderson, PhD, SRN, is a senior lecturer in shared learning at the University of Leicester medical school

  • Business as usual / Don't say "don't" to patients

    9 MAY 2008 23:00

    Business as usual Although the Royal Pharmaceutical Society has currently to focus much of its attention on the establishment of the General Pharmaceutical Council and the emergence of a new professional body (see “Plans for new

  • Read the Society’s five-minute guide Subscription

    9 MAY 2008 23:00

    Distributed with this issue of The Journal is a two-page insert giving members a five-minute guide to the latest plans for the new professional body for pharmacy (PDF 260K). The document outlines what has been decided so far in terms of its functions and includes a timetable of

  • Grasp history Subscription

    9 MAY 2008 23:00

    The report of the recent meeting of the Waterloo Group (PJ, 26 April 2008, p493) and the panel that lists bodies that want to work with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society do not mention the British

  • He who pays the piper calls the tune Subscription

    9 MAY 2008 23:00

    You reported (PJ, 3 May 2008, p528) that Tricia Kennerley, Boots’s healthcare director, encouraged Boots pharmacists to vote for the two Boots candidates standing in this year’s Royal Pharmaceutical Society elections to “help maintain the company’s key objective of

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