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  • Tribute: Islwyn (Lyn) Owen

    I worked with Lyn for all of his years at the Royal London Hospital. He was principal pharmacist in quality assurance (QA) for most of that period, until 1994. He was such an asset to the department as he combined his knowledge and understanding of quality with a true awareness of patients and their needs. He did this both in the day-to-day running of the QA department, when it was essential to get the prepared pharmaceutical out to the patient, and in a much wider way looking at the ...

  • Deaths: Islwyn (Lyn) Owen

    On 27 June 2019, Islwyn (Lyn) Owen, aged 70 years, of Emsworth, Hampshire and Hackney, London. A former member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, Mr Owen worked until 1994 as principal pharmacist in quality control at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, before going on to do locum work in London, Oxford and the Hampshire region. 

  • Tribute: Betty Carnegie 'Monty' Montgomery

    Betty Carnegie “Monty” Montgomery, who chaired the then Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain’s (RPSGB) Scottish Executive from 1984 until 1986, had an “exceptional talent for balancing professionalism and leadership with a friendly, relaxed, happy working environment”, recalls Janet Trundle. 

  • Tribute: Graham Mould

    Graham Mould joined me in 1968 as a research assistant at The London Hospital Medical College, at a time when our colleagues and peers were experimenting with bioanalysis in clinical pharmacology.

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