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Research abstracts invited for BPC 2005

Research contributions in any area of the pharmaceutical sciences or pharmacy practice are being invited for poster display or oral presentation at the 2005 British Pharmaceutical Conference. The conference takes place at the Manchester International Convention Centre from 26 to 28 September.

Abstract submission forms are available online at www.bpc2005.org. For practice research abstracts, which will be reviewed for acceptance by the Adjudicating Panel for Pharmacy Practice Research, the deadline for submissions is 15 April. For science abstracts, which will be reviewed in consultation with the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences, the closing date is 29 April. Authors will be advised of the outcome of the review in mid-May.

Further information on the submission of abstracts is available from “Preliminary programme and call for papers” or by e-mail request to bpcpractice@rpsgb.org (for practice) or bpcscience@rpsgb.org (for science).

This year’s conference theme will be “A common vision for health: linking science and practice”. Online bookings can be made at www.bpc2005.org

Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal URI: 10018285

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