Graeme Smith, FRPharmS, MCIJ, has 29 years of experience working for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society's journals, mainly with The Pharmaceutical Journal, for which he was deputy editor from 2008 to 2014. Before that he had experience as a pharmacist in hospital and community practice. He is a graduate of Robert Gordon's Institute of Technology (now the Robert Gordon University) in Aberdeen, and is a fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. He now works as a freelance journalist.
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We, the undersigned, are pressing for the restoration of the post of editor for The Pharmaceutical Journal. We believe that the The Pharmaceutical Journal needs to be refocused and that the recent departure of its publisher presents an ideal opportunity to review the situation. One of us (Douglas Simpson) addressed the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s (RPS) Assembly on this matter on 16 November 2016. However, no indication has been given about any of the Assembly’s dec
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