Prizes were awarded to the best oral and poster presentations for each category.
First prizes for oral presentations
Research and Education - Laura Doyle (on behalf of Bethan Broad); Evaluating an integrated pre-registration training programme in North Wales: perceptions of pre-registration pharmacists and their tutors; Wales Centre for Pharmacy Professional Education, Cardiff.
Pharmaceutical Sciences - Matthew Peak; Content uniformity of quartered hydrocortisone tablets in comparison with mini-tablets for paediatric dosing. Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool.
First prizes for poster presentations
Research and Education - Shalini Ganasan; A pilot study of pharmacists working in an advanced role in the Urgent Care Centre Emergency Department: a quantitative study; Queen’s Hospital, Romford, Essex.
Pharmaceutical Sciences - Safa Damiati of King’s College London and King Abdulaziz University won the poster prize for her reporting of Artificial intelligence for solving solubility problems in drug development.
Read more about this event in The Pharmaceutical Journal
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