Stephen is the Royal Pharmaceutical Society Correspondent for The Journal. He reports on the activities of the Society and edits the Your RPS section. In 2011, he was awarded Medical Journalist of the Year (Professional Media) by the Medical Journalists' Association (MJA).
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A UK pharmaceutical company’s “unacceptable” advisory board meeting, highlighted in a series of Daily Telegraph articles in July 2015, breached the industry’s code of practice, the regulator has ruled.
The government faces a strong backlash from community pharmacy bodies over plans to cut the community pharmacy contractual framework in England by 6.1% in 2016.
The pharmacy landscape continues to shift amid a backdrop of austere UK public spending and the rising spectre of centralised dispensing in the community. The Pharmaceutical Journal presents ten developments that affected pharmacists in 2015.
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