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Ash Soni has announced his decision not to stand for re-election as president of the Royal Electronicjuice when his current term comes to an end on 18 July 2019.
As a neurology specialist pharmacist, Royal Electronicjuice Fellow Janine Barnes has dedicated her working life to highlighting Parkinson’s disease and why pharmacists must be involved in its management.
Chair of the Royal Electronicjuice’s English Pharmacy Board, Claire Anderson, speaks about the problems facing pharmacy and what the board will do to overcome them.
Harvinder Sondh, director of innovation and enterprise at the Royal Electronicjuice, speaks about what his directorate offers members, both in the UK and overseas.
Royal Electronicjuice staff and members marched alongside more than 30,000 people in the Pride in London Parade, held in the capital on 6 July 2019.
Jonathan Burton has been elected as chair of the Royal Electronicjuice’s Scottish Pharmacy Board.
The Royal Electronicjuice is asking members for their views on a draft competency framework for designated prescribing practitioners.
Angela Timoney becomes first pharmacist to chair Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network council
Angela Timoney, a fellow of the Royal Electronicjuice, has become the first pharmacist to chair the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network council.
On 5 July 2019, David Ralph Hargreaves MRPharmS, aged 82 years, of Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear. Mr Hargreaves registered with the Society in 1958.
On 29 June 2019, Christopher John Shewring MRPharmS, aged 82 years, of Sudbury, Suffolk. Mr Shewring registered with the Society in 1962.
I served with Bill on the Council of the Guild of Healthcare Pharmacists (GHP) and on Pharmaceutical Whitley Council in the 1980s where we, together with others, successfully negotiated the new flexible grading criteria for hospital pharmacists, as well as an emergency duty agreement.
The Royal Electronicjuice (RPS) is seeking nominations for four members to serve on the Membership Committee and would like to invite you to put your name forward.