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Editing The Pharmaceutical Journal


Spot on Steve! During my own time as a member of the English Pharmacy Board I raised similar concerns. I asked repeatedly that the role of the PJ within the organisation be (re)considered. As the RPS delineates its influential role as the de facto "Royal College for Pharmacy" the position of the PJ becomes ever more important. Why is it that I often learn more about the RPS from other publications than I can glean from the PJ? If nothing else surely THE key role of the PJ is as the professional journal that represent the role of pharmacists to external stakeholders and (of equal importance) the mouthpiece of the RPS to its members? Currently the PJ fails effectively to perform either role Graham Phillips

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11 FEB 2017

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