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Insight: HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Programme x Stephen Morris

The NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Programme is a collaboration with HEE, Stephen Morris takes us through his experience of the programme and his journey!  

Market Barriers and Innovation in The Pharmaceutical Industry

Amardeep Bagga writes on The ‘Crisis’ in Pharmaceutical Productivity identifying possible solutions and evaluating the scale of the problem.

The Irish Pharmaceutical Students Association and the 5 Year integrated Irish M.Pharm program

Over 500 students from Ireland, gathered in Dublin city centre to protest changes to the Pharmacy degree and placement conditions. A report highlighted the detrimental effects that the new 5 year integrated degree model had on Irish students.

Executive Co-option for the position of President 

The BPSA are reopening a co-option for the vacant position of President following on from a co-option previously held in January.

Student Exchange Officer Co-option April 2019

The BPSA are currently holding a co-option for the vacant position of Student Exchange Officer.

Insight: Clinical Informatics Pharmacist x Achilles Katras

Do you know what clinical infomatics means? Do you know what it means to be a clinical informatics Pharmacist? Well read on to find out more!  

Pharmacists Are Crucial in Delivering Self Care!

Pharmacists are integral to self care.  They can both motivate people to self care and support them in the process - find out how more about self care and its importance by reading this article.

Insight: NHS Digital/CPoF x Victoria Chaplin

"My fellowship is based in NHS Digital – the information technology and data hub for the National Health Service and social care" Find out about Victoria Chaplins Chief Pharmaceutical Officer's Fellowship at NHSD

Insight: Army Pharmacist Officer x Lt Col Rob Liddington

"I was working for Boots and decided to make the move and join the Army - I have never looked back" - Curious about a career in the military as a Pharmacist? Have a read of Lt Col Rob Liddington MRPharmS RAMC(V) experience!

The BPSA's draft response to the GPhC's proposed changes to initial education and training standards for Pharmacists

The BPSA's draft response to the GPhC's initial education and training consultation for comment. Comments  and queries should be sent to publications@bpsa.co.uk.

The BPSA's statement on proposed changes to initial training and education standards

The BPSA's statement on proposed changes to initial training and education standards.

Success in the Pre-reg Year // Simon Harris

"You wouldn’t choose a hotel for your summer holiday without first reading reviews on it – treat your pre-reg the same!" Want some more pre-reg nuggets read on to gain from Simon Harris' top tips!

Absentee Election Nomination 2019

Members of the BPSA who are unable to attend the conference are still able to run for a position on the BPSA Executive 2019-2020 are able to do so by completing an absentee election nomination form.

Survey on the GPhC's proposed changes to initial education and training standards

The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) are currently consulting on significant changes to the initial education and training of pharmacists. The BPSA will be submitting a formal response to the survey on behalf of our members.  

Insight: Diabetes UK x Charles Odiase

Diabetes UK is first and foremost the leading Diabetes charity in the UK, the mission is huge but in a nutshell creating a world where diabetes can do no harm. Charles Odiase is a Consultant Pharmacist in Primary Care and Diabetes read about the journey he titles 'the road less travelled.'

The Pennine Area Conference 2019 through Tara Crosby & Felicia Yew's eyes

Where are we off to? Why the BPSA Pennine Area Conference 2019 on mental health of course! Join Felicia and Tara on their journey to Lauren McGrail's recent area conference!

Community Pharmacy and Fuse:  a perfect prescription for pharmacists working in public health?

Blogs, research summaries, networking, research opportunities and research meetings; these are some of the ways in which Fuse, the Centre for Translational Research in Public Health can support and promote a role for community pharmacy research in public health. Find out more about how they can help you!

Accompanied suicide – when is it okay to allow a terminally ill patient to die?

"I started to wonder about what the role of the pharmacist would be in accompanied suicide and what would be expected of us. I realised that I wanted to discover the views of other future pharmacists on this topic, and it was here that my dissertation was born." Partake in the survey here: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/KZM5RZ6

Ten People On: ORIEL

Want to find out more about ORIEL? Interested to find out how other students felt about ORIEL? Well we asked ten final year students to share their thoughts on the ORIEL recruitment system, as well as their advice. 

Insight: Fight the Fakes x Noor Patel

Fight the Fakes is a global campaign aimed at a global problem. Their goal is to raise awareness about the pressing issue of falsified medicines. Noor Patel outlines their work and vision.

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