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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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Vacancy for a Research Coordinator

Fixed-term contract – 6 months Salary: £25,000 per annum + excellent benefits Location: London We have a terrific opportunity for a Research Coordinator with experience in stakeholder engagement, project management skills and experience of minute taking to join our team.  You will provide day to day support to the Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) research funding […]

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Scientific Advisory Panel: New Expert Members

PRUK welcomes two expert researchers to our Scientific Advisory Panel Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) are delighted to welcome Dr Doug Steinke and Dr Debi Bhattacharya as new members of our Scientific Advisory Panel. The Scientific Advisory Panel (SAP) provides strategic advice to the Board of Trustees on the development of PRUK’s grant giving strategy, objectives […]

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PRUK Newsletter May 2017

We are delighted to publish our latest newsletter, including details of our first TweetChat, a summary of HSRPP 2017 and the latest published PRUK-funded research: PRUK May e-newsletter

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Scientific Advisory Panel: New Lay Members

PRUK welcomes two members of the public to our Scientific Advisory Panel Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) are delighted to welcome Sylvia Bailey and Gerry Bennison as new members of our Scientific Advisory Panel. The Scientific Advisory Panel (SAP) provides strategic advice to the Board of Trustees on the development of PRUK’s grant giving strategy, objectives […]

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Social Media Updates

Pharmacy Research UK are pleased to announce that we have spread our social media channels to include Facebook and LinkedIn. By diversifying our social media presence we hope to reach out to all those who support our mission to improve healthcare for the benefit of patients and the public through excellent pharmacy research. The Facebook […]

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Press release: Evaluation of pharmacy TECHnician supported MEDication administration rounds on reducing omitted doses

Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) is delighted to announce the publication of research funded by the charity. Research into the “Evaluation of pharmacy TECHnician supported MEDication administration rounds (TECHMED) on reducing omitted doses: a pilot randomised controlled trial and process evaluation in a university teaching hospital” has been conducted by Dr Richard Keers at the University […]

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#WhyWeDoResearch Tweet Chat

Research and evidence in pharmacy: engaging to improve patient care Join us to explore #WhyWeDoResearch on May 15th, 12-1pm PRUK are delighted to be working with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and WePharmacists as part of the international #whywedoresearch campaign. The campaign aims to explore pharmacy professionals’ experiences and attitudes towards research and evaluation, and how […]

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