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English Pharmacy Board member Mahendra Patel on sharing the antimicrobial stewardship message across India, with students and younger pharmacists at the vanguard.
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 way the Society functions.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society library celebrates the British National Formulary’s 70th anniversary.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society has announced that it will stop all activities that are not related to coronavirus. The decision has been made because “supporting our members, the wider profession and the public around COVID-19 is now our priority”.
RPS issues advice following news reports originating in France regarding the use of ibuprofen in patients with COVID-19
Current Royal Pharmaceutical Society national pharmacy board members Tracey Thornley, John McAnaw and Dylan Jones discuss what members can achieve by standing for election.
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society is one of nine healthcare bodies backing new General Pharmaceutical Council guidance for patients ordering medicines or treatment online.
The 2020 Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) Annual General Meeting (AGM) will still be taking place.
The process for elections to the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) National Pharmacy Boards for 2020 was launched on 13 March 2020, with the opening of nominations. These are due to close on 3 April 2020. However, as the COVID-19 pandemic is now established in the UK, there is considerable concern that pharmacists are expending all their energy on working to help combat this fast-moving crisis, supporting patients and members of the public. As a result, an election ...
On 18 March 2020, Angela Mary Fell MRPharmS, aged 79 years, of Grappenhall, Cheshire. Mrs Fell registered with the Society in 1966.
On 3 March 2020, Harold Emmanuel Wolfe MRPharmS, aged 82 years, of Barnet, Hertfordshire. Mr Wolfe registered with the Society in 1962.