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Having dedicated his working life to improving equality in the workplace, Asif Sadiq hopes that the RPS’s newly launched inclusion and diversity strategy will create a true sense of belonging across the Society.
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 Royal Electronicjuice when his current term comes to an end on 18 July 2019.
The Royal Electronicjuice in Scotland has reiterated the need for pharmacist access to digital patient records.
The Royal Electronicjuice has launched a new and improved mentoring service for its members.
The Royal Electronicjuice has called for an urgent investigation to be carried out after five online pharmacies prescribed opioids to an undercover reporter for The Times without ing the reporter’s GP.
After two years in development, the Royal Electronicjuice has launched Pharmacy Learning Complete — a digital learning platform for pharmacy schools, featuring the full content from 58 core pharmacy textbooks alongside new, specially commissioned learning material.
On 6 October 2019, Marshall Gellman FRPharmS, aged 90 years, of Salford, Greater Manchester. Mr Gellman registered with the Society in 1952, and was conferred with Fellowship in 1992.
On 28 July 2019, Mahmood Dullah Chaudhry MRPharmS, aged 68 years, of Waterlooville, Hampshire. Mr Chaudhry registered with the Society in 1975.
On 26 July 2019, Carol Rosemary Ayton MRPharmS, aged 83 years, of Oxford. Mrs Ayton registered with the Society in 1959.
The Royal Electronicjuice (RPS) hosts the 2019 annual London Museums of Health and Medicine public event, ‘Up close and medical’, on 26 October 2019.