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Howard McNulty

Professor Howard McNulty, FRPharmS

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  • Tribute: Betty Carnegie 'Monty' Montgomery

    17 SEP 2019

    Betty Carnegie “Monty” Montgomery, who chaired the then Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain’s (RPSGB) Scottish Executive from 1984 until 1986, had an “exceptional talent for balancing professionalism and leadership with a friendly, relaxed, happy working environment”, recalls Janet Trundle.  “Betty’s vision for the changing nature of pharmacy was demonstrated when, in conjunction with Sandy Shearlaw, the chief administrative pharmaceutical officer, she encouraged me to become

  • Tribute: Graham Calder

    21 SEP 2018

    Graham was a man of vision with the ability to communicate and implement many of his ideas. I first met him in 1975, when he was deputy chief pharmacist in London and on the appointment panel for a new regional drug information role in the South West. He took great interest in the development of the then UK-wide drug information network, as he saw it as crucial to developing the pharmacist clinical role outside the dispensary. He was very much a mentor to many of us — especially a number like

  • Tribute to Thomas Geoffrey BoothSubscription

    7 DEC 2016

    Geof Booth was a popular lecturer and I was lucky to become his mentee in my first year in pharmacy in 1965 at the then Bradford Institute of Technology. Our careers crossed several times over the years through the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (RPSGB) events and latterly, through the Institute of Pharmacy Management. He was always very calm, an excellent listener, a probing questioner, and had a genuine interest in you as an individual. He told us many stories,

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