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Rose Marie Parr

Director of the Scottish Centre for Post Qualification Pharmaceutical Education

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  • Tribute: Frances Rooney

    18 MAR 2019

    It is with great sadness that we learnt of the unexpected passing of Frances Rooney after a short illness. As a noted leader within the pharmacy profession in Scotland, she was admired for her professional and personal integrity, her tenacity and resilience. Talking to a range of people about Frances, it is clear that she was at ease with establishing relationships. She showed an interest in people in all areas of her work, regardless of their role or position: it was the person who ma

  • Tribute: Graham Calder

    19 SEP 2018

    I first knew of Graham as the former Scottish government chief pharmaceutical officer and then as the chair of Post Qualification Education Board (PQEB) for Scotland. By this time, Graham’s long experience and wisdom in pharmacy and in the development of pharmaceutical care was already widely known and respected, both in the UK and indeed internationally. Graham was a natural leader and one of the pioneers in pharmacy, and such an important cornerstone in the development of clinical pharmacy

  • Shared learning - a collaborative education and training initiative for community pharmacists and general medical practitioners

    1 JAN 2000

    AIM - To plan, implement and evaluate a shared learning, collaborative education and training initiative for community pharmacists and general medical practitioners. DESIGN - A series of three (2.5 hour) direct learning courses was commissioned from the Scottish Centre for Post Qualification Pharmaceutical Ediucation for GPs and community pharmacists in spring, 1998. The courses were evaluated for aspects of quality, relevance and how the education met its stated

  • Tribute to Peter Noyce Subscription

    19 JUN 2017

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