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<p>The General Group is an open forum that caters for pharmacists from all backgrounds wishing to discuss and review any non-confidential pharmacy practice related topics. This group is broad in scope and topics include anything which has an impact on pharmacy across various different sectors.</p>
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Victoria Evans

Victoria Evanscreated the topic: New: RPS Journal Club 2018

Are you building your professional development portfolio? Looking to develop skills in critical evaluation or just keen to explore the latest in practice research evidence? Following the success of the 2017 Journal Club, the RPS Research Team is &hel ...

14 hours ago

Dyfrig Hughes

Dyfrig Hughescreated the topic: Pharmacoeconomics - short course

Short course in pharmacoeconomics at the Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation, Bangor University 2-day short course at the Centre for Health Economics and Medicines Evaluation, Bangor University 12-13 APRIL 2018 Background The &he ...

4 days ago

Marshall Whiteman

Marshall Whitemancreated the topic: Revalidation webinar emails

I've now had two of these and each time I've tried to register, it's already been full. Two points: 1) How can a webinar be full? 2) We obviously need a lot more webinars if they fill up before I can open and read the email and click through to the & ...

3 weeks ago

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  • Nilesh ShethIt is quite possible that the webinar was 'full' because the RPS has a subscription plan for a certain number of attendees to be able to attend e.g. it may be a plan where 100-500 attendees can attend. If it goes over 500, the webinar becomes 'full' ...1 week ago
  • Rachel ArtisTHanks for the reply, I will look out for the email link shortly. It would be helpful to know the detail of the new proposals and format of the peer review etc. Thanks for the explanation and update.1 week ago
  • Nilesh ShethHi Rachel,
    On the RPharmS website, there is a link to everything that you need to know about re-validation, on the home page.1 week ago
Pharmacist Support

Pharmacist Supportcreated the topic: Run the Brighton Marathon 2018 for Pharmacist Support

The Brighton Marathon 2018 takes place on Sunday 15 April 2018, and is now the second largest marathon in the UK and Pharmacist Support are delighted to be able to offer 4 spaces in this year’s race for the chance for supporters to run in this scenic ...

1 month ago

 Nathan Hoare

Nathan Hoarecreated the topic: Consultant Pharmacist Hub page

We have publisheda Consultant Pharmacist Hub Page. The guide has been developed to support pharmacists aspiring to become consultantpharmacists and those currently in the role. The guide will also be useful to commissioners/pharmacy leaders &he ...

1 month ago

 Nathan Hoare

Nathan Hoarecreated the topic: University of Oxford survey

We would like to invite you to take part in an online survey. We, researchers from the University of Oxford, are investigating the CONDITIONS, ILLNESSES, MEDICATIONS you feel point-of-care tests (POCTs) would be most useful in a community pharmacy. ...

5 months ago

Anonymous

Anonymouscreated the topic: Opportunity to undertake a research Masters in Science in Health Economics

Candidates wishing to study for a Master in Science in Health Economics (by research) are invited to apply for this programme at Bangor University. The programme offers flexibility for full time or part time study, on-campus or via distance learning, ...

5 months ago

Victoria Evans

Victoria Evanscreated the topic: RPS Research Fellows Forum

October, RPS London The RPS Research Fellows Forum is a meeting designed to facilitate dialogue about research and career progression within the pharmacy and pharmaceutical sectors. Forum participants will have the opportunity to present their resea ...

6 months ago

Victoria Evans

Victoria Evanscreated the topic: Webinar: Writing winning abstracts

Are you thinking of submitting an abstract for the RPS Winter Summit ? Preparing an abstract for a conference can seem daunting at first. For support with your submission, we welcome you to join us for the RPS September webinar, ‘Writing winning & ...

6 months ago

Helena Rosado

Helena Rosado created the topic: RPS Research, Evidence and Evaluation Toolkit (REET) update​​

The RPS ran Phase I testing of the REET between February and May 2017. The overall comments were very encouraging, with some improvements required to make the online tool more user-friendly. Survey results suggest that 73% of participants thought the ...

7 months ago

Ffion Hawkins

Ffion Hawkinscreated the topic: Hospital pharmacists: What should every patient expect from us?

I am conducting research into determining pharmacist responsibilities to patients at the initial contact following admission to hospital. If you are a hospital pharmacist please follow the link below to find out more information on the study and ho ...

7 months ago

 Nathan Hoare

Nathan Hoarecreated the topic: Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) survey: Levels of understanding about lasting powers of attorney

The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) want to assesslevels of understanding about lasting powers of attorney, and other legaldocuments, among professional groups within the adult safeguarding landscape.Healthcare professionals are invited to comple ...

7 months ago

Victoria Evans

Victoria Evanscreated the topic: Call for abstracts: RPS Winter Summit 2017

Bridging the gap between industry, academia, policy and practice 5 December 2017, Mary Ward House, London A new event in the RPS calendar, the summit is designed to showcase the latest innovations in science, research and education, and explore how ...

7 months ago

Asam Latif

Asam Latifcreated the topic: MUR e-learning - now available ..

A team of researchers at the University of Nottingham, led by Dr Asam Latif, have co-developed (with patients who are medically under-served) a short, free Medicines Use Review (MUR) e-learning programme, specifically for community pharmacy staff. & ...

7 months ago

Ffion Hawkins

Ffion Hawkinscreated the topic: Hospital pharmacist responsibilities to patients at the initial contact:recruiting for research

I am conducting research into determining pharmacist responsibilities to patients at the initial contact following admission to hospital. If you are a hospital pharmacist please follow the link below to find out more information on the study, and on ...

7 months ago

Anonymous

Anonymouscreated the topic: Message to members | Seeking accreditation reviewers

We are currently seeking pharmacists from all sectors to undertake accreditation reviews. Accreditation reviewers will be Faculty members or RPS members that can demonstrate that they are working towards Faculty. Currently the RPS accredits trainin ...

8 months ago

Anonymous

Anonymouscreated the topic: ​Learning event – Royal Society of Medicine - 19th June

Learning event – Royal Society of Medicine - 19th June Posted on behalf of Gareth Kitson As part of my Darzi Fellowship, I’ve been undertaking a variety of stakeholder interviews examining the attitudes and perceptions of pharmacists towards new & ...

9 months ago

Anonymous

Anonymouscreated the topic: Important: GPhC launches consultation on revalidation

The GPhC have launched a consultation on proposals to introduce revalidation for pharmacy professionals. This is an important change to what pharmacists and pharmacy technicians must do each year to show that the trust in pharmacy professionals is we ...

9 months ago

Anonymous

Anonymouscreated the topic: Developing the model of local engagement - priorities for the remainder of 2017: VERY SHORT SURVEY

Developing the model of local engagement - priorities for the remainder of 2017: VERY SHORT SURVEY To help us support you effectively with developing the model of local engagement, we have created a very short survey. The survey will take a matter o ...

9 months ago

Anonymous

Anonymouscreated the topic: Understanding Hypertension Diagnosis and Management

Understanding Hypertension Diagnosis and Management Friday, 30 June 2017 9.20am – 4pm Deakin Centre, Cambridge University Hospitals, Addenbrooke’s Key Topics Accurate BP Measurement Who needs Ambulatory and/or Home BP Measurement? Interpretatio ...

9 months ago

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