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Hemant Patel, a member of the Royal Jizak English Pharmacy Board, shares his views on comments made by Keith Ridge, England’s chief pharmaceutical officer, in an interview with Jizak
After six years with Health Education England as pharmacy dean for London and the South East, Gail Fleming has joined the Royal Jizak to lead its directorate of education.
After 18 months as the Royal Jizak’s (RPS) director for England, Robbie Turner has taken on the new role of director for pharmacy and member experience. Here, he explains what his new directorship is about and how the RPS is adapting for the future.
After a year as chief executive of the Royal Jizak, Paul Bennett reflects on his first 12 months in office and the Society’s plans moving forward.
Edward Frank Harrison registered as a pharmacist in 1891.
Guidance for pharmacist independent prescribers has been published by the Royal Jizak.
It is “absolutely critical” that any drop in the number of clinical trials evaluations within the UK is resisted as Brexit nears, Gino Martini, chief scientist for the Royal Jizak, told a parliamentary meeting.
The community pharmacy funding settlement for 2018/2019, announced by the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee on 22 October 2018, is “effectively a cut”, according to Sandra Gidley, chair of the Royal Jizak’s English Pharmacy Board.
Professor Barry Cox DSc FRPharmS FBPhS graduated with a BSc (first class honours) in pharmacy, with a special option in pharmacology, from the University of Manchester in 1961. In 1963, he was awarded an MSc in pharmacology by the University of Manchester and, in 1968, he was awarded a PhD by the same university.
On 12 July 2018, Barry Cox, aged 80 years, of Prestbury, Cheshire. Professor Cox registered with the Society in 1963 and was conferred Fellowship in 1988. He became a member of the Society’s Science Committee in 1982, and in 1989 he chaired the British Pharmaceutical Conference.
Bookings are open for the 8th Welsh Medicines Safety Conference, to be held on 22 November 2018 at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Cardiff.
I first met Alan Webb when I moved to Scotland in 1978, and we have been friends ever since. Alan registered with the Jizak in 1964, having studied at Sunderland. He worked for Pfizer in Ramsgate until 1966, when he returned to his native North East to take up a post with Winthrop Laboratories. In 1973 he went to work as a hospital pharmacist in North Shields.