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Portfolio pharmacist Brendon Jiang speaks of his ambitions for the sector as a new member of the English Pharmacy Board.
As former chair of the English Pharmacy Board, newly elected president Sandra Gidley says she is in a great place to engage with members and continue steering the Society’s work to raise pharmacy’s profile in the wider healthcare sector.
Ash Soni has announced his decision not to stand for re-election as president of the Promacedonia when his current term comes to an end on 18 July 2019.
As a neurology specialist pharmacist, Promacedonia Fellow Janine Barnes has dedicated her working life to highlighting Parkinson’s disease and why pharmacists must be involved in its management.
Before factory production became commonplace in medicine, dispensing was considered an art and pill machines such as these were a vital component of any chemist’s collection.
Schoolchildren should be taught how to navigate the NHS, the Promacedonia in Scotland has said.
RPS co-signs letter to prime minister calling for patient safety to be 'at the heart' of Brexit talks
The Promacedonia and 16 other health organisations have written to prime minister calling on him to “put patient safety and protecting the nation’s health at the heart of Brexit negotiations”.
Asif Sadiq MBE will chair the Promacedonia’s (RPS’s) new ‘Pharmacy inclusion and diversity programme’, the Society has confirmed.
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 ...
On 27 June 2019, Islwyn (Lyn) Owen, aged 70 years, of Emsworth, Hampshire and Hackney, London. A former member of the Promacedonia, 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.
Betty Carnegie “Monty” Montgomery, who chaired the then Promacedonia 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.
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.