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PRUK funded research published in the journal Pharmacy 2017

We are delighted to announce that PRUK funded research from Dr Wing Man Lau from the University of Reading has been published in the journal Pharmacy 2017, 5(3), 41; doi: 10.3390/pharmacy5030041 The study examines the relationship between community pharmacists’ knowledge, attitudes to information provision and self-reported counselling behaviours in relation to topical corticosteroids and adjunct therapy in […]

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Vacancy: Communications and Fundraising Assistant

Communications and Fundraising Assistant Pharmacy Research UK Contract type: 12 month Fixed Term Contract Salary: £22,000 per annum + excellent benefits Location: London   Pharmacy Research UK is the principal research charity supporting pharmacists and pharmacy to improve healthcare for the benefit of patients and the public.  The PRUK organisation is hosted by the Royal […]

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PRUK Newsletter July 2017

PRUK July e-newsletter is published today, with details of HSRPP 2018, being profiled in the AMRC Charity Impact report, published research by PRUK researchers, a pharmacy research project on BBC Breakfast, the expansion of our SAP, research news and events and an inspiring blog by Dr Frances Notman on her journey to getting her PhD.

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Welcome to our new Research Coordinator Romana Kafedzic

We are delighted that Romana has joined the PRUK team to take on this challenging role within the research team. As Research Coordinator, Romana will be the first port of call for any queries for PRUK as well as being responsible for managing correspondences for the annual Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice (HSRPP) Conference. […]

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PRUK delighted to be featured in AMRC’s research impact report

The Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) has just published their annual report on research impact and PRUK are delighted to be one of the featured charities, highlighting the important work that the charity does. The AMRC is a membership organisation of the leading medical and health research charities in the UK. The AMRC has […]

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Global analysis of strategies to tackle antimicrobial resistance

Congratulations to Funke Adeniji from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine who has just had her research published in the International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. The research seeks to analyse the effectiveness of key policies and strategies in tackling antimicrobial resistance globally, and identify where there are gaps. Funke’s work was funded by […]

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My PhD Journey…

My interest in research was sparked during my Master’s degree at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen in 2001. I discovered I really enjoyed collecting and analysing data and learning something new from the information I had collected – at the beginning it was as simple as that. In 2011 I was given the opportunity to carry out […]

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Congratulations to one of our beneficiaries!

Pharmacy Research UK would like to take an opportunity to congratulate Dr. Frances Notman from the University of Aberdeen on completing her PhD! Frances has been a long-time friend of the charity and received the Sir Hugh Linstead Fellowship from the Pharmacy Practice Research Trust (one of PRUK’s founding trusts) in 2011 and the Leverhulme […]

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Medicines Management on BBC Breakfast

PRUK were delighted to see pharmacy research profiled on BBC Breakfast this morning (21st June 2017), highlighting the importance of this research and the impact it will have on patient care. The project profiled is The MEdication Management in Older People: REalist Approaches BAsed on Literature and Evaluation (MEMORABLE) project led by Dr Ian Maidment, Senior […]

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Small Charity Week 2017

Next week The Foundation for Social Improvement (The FSI) are running ‘Small Charity Week 2017’. The event is being run to raise the profile of small charities and to showcase the brilliant work that they do. Pharmacy Research UK will be taking part in the following ways: Engaging on social media to showcase the event […]

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