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Research Proposal Writing Course

Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) are joining forces to run a two day research proposal writing course  on the 6th and 7th March for pharmacists who are looking to apply for research funding in 2018. The workshop covers the proposal writing process from start to finish and is designed to […]

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PRUK 2018 funding round open

Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) are delighted to announce that the PRUK 2018 funding round for personal research awards and training bursaries is now open and applicants have until the 2nd May to submit their application. From this year onwards, funding will now be available to all pharmacists engaged in research including non RPS members. PRUK […]

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Make mentoring your New Year’s resolution

Today marks the beginning of National Mentoring Month. If you are in need of a New Year’s resolution to inspire and motivate you this year, consider becoming a mentor or mentee through the free PRUK mentoring scheme. Effective mentoring is an essential component of expanding the pharmacy academic workforce for the future and continues to […]

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Emma Davies wins prize at the RPS Winter Summit

Emma Davies poster presentation on Trends in Strong Opioid prescribing in a Primary Care Population pic.twitter.com/UvlKg0I6Md — Pharmacy Research UK (@PharmResUK) December 5, 2017 We are delighted to announce that PRUK funded researcher Emma Davies was awarded the runner up prize for her poster presentation at the RPS Winter Summit. Her presentation on Trends in […]

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PRUK’s Fifth Birthday

Today we are celebrating PRUK’s fifth birthday! In honour of the occasion, the PRUK team have been reflecting on some of the charities’ highlights and acknowledging the achievements that have taken place over the last five years. Since our inception, PRUK has funded nearly £1.7m of project grants, training bursaries and research fellowships relating to […]

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Submit breaking research news abstracts for HSRPP 2018

After the success of this research stream in 2017, the HSRPP conference would like to invite abstract submissions from researchers and clinicians to showcase late and breaking research news and work for service development in practice settings, in addition to the normal abstract submission process. We are particularly interested in work that: is conducted in […]

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RPS Winter Summit Blog

PRUK were delighted to attend the RPS Winter Summit, which took place on Tuesday 5th December at the Mary Ward House in London. The RPS Winter Summit was the first of its kind and was designed to bridge the gap between industry, academia, policy and practice, by showcasing the latest innovations in science, research and […]

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Determining Patient Health Literacy during a Medicine Consultation Study

Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) is delighted to announce the publication of research funded by the charity.  Research into “Determining Patient Health Literacy during a Medicine Consultation Study” has been conducted by Paul Duell at the University of East Anglia. Health literacy is a person’s ability to obtain, understand and apply health information and it has […]

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PRUK November 2017 Newsletter

PRUK November Newsletter is published today with details of our 2017 fellowship funding, the PRUK Mentoring scheme, HSRPP 2018 and details of opening our awards and bursaries to all pharmacists involved in research for 2018.

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Pharmacy Research UK awards over £80k in research fellowship funding in 2017

Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) have awarded over £80k in research fellowship funding in 2017. Funding awards are given in the form of research training bursaries or personal research fellowships. The research training bursaries are intended to support early career pharmacists who have an interest in developing skills in conducting research relating to their practice. The […]

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