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Mohammed Hussain and Sibby Buckle debate whether members of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society English, Scottish and Welsh pharmacy boards should be limited to two consecutive three-year terms.
Paul Bennett, chief executive of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, explains the importance of, and rationale behind, proposed changes to the Society’s governance structure.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society library celebrates the British National Formulary’s 70th anniversary.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s ‘Up close and medical’ event on 26 October 2019 invited visitors to gain a better understanding of the history of pharmacy.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society has taken over responsibility for the approval of consultant pharmacist posts in England and Wales.
It is shaping up to be another busy year for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
The Pharmaceutical Journal report on outsourcing of hospital pharmacy services cited in parliamentary debate
A news story in The Pharmaceutical Journal has been cited in a parliamentary debate on hospital improvement plans.
Having a taxidermy animal hanging from the ceiling of an apothecary’s shop — often an alligator or crocodile — seems to have always been a common symbol of the pharmacy profession, although nobody really knows how or why this came to be.
On 29 January 2020, David McRobbie MRPharmS, aged 70 years, of Coldstream, Berwickshire. Dr McRobbie registered with the Society in 1974.
On 12 February 2020, Irene Margaret Paterson Thomas MRPharmS, aged 84 years, of Livingston, West Lothian. Ms Thomas registered with the Society in 1962.
On 22 December 2019, Derek James Boobier MRPharmS, aged 89 years, of Exeter, Devon. Mr Boobier registered with the Society in 1952.
Malcolm Stewart Lyons MRPharmS, aged 79 years, of London. Mr Lyons registered with the Society in 1962.