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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 launches its mentoring scheme

Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) are delighted to announce the launch of their mentoring scheme. The scheme is designed to help pharmacy research professionals who are looking to develop their skills within a research environment and would benefit from support from experienced peers.  For mentors, stewarding a mentee through the ups and downs of an early […]

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PRUK September 2017 Newsletter

PRUK September Newsletter is published today with details of our new project grants, the HSRPP abstract deadline, news of additional funding for our research training bursaries, the RPS Research Practice award winner, published PRUK research, the RPS Winter Summit and our contribution to the National Standards for Public Involvement.

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Blog: Putting together a summary of a clinical trial for lay readers

Guidance from the European Union on writing a lay summary for clinical trials, in order for members of the public to better understand information relating to drug trials has gone under the radar. This makes it challenging for researchers to tackle how to summarise information of a scientific nature, relating to a clinical trial, in […]

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Second project grant announced

Helping patients decide: Aberdeen team to develop an innovative decision-aid tool Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) is delighted to announce the second recipient of our 2017 project grants as part of our £200k investment in major grants. Professor Mandy Ryan and colleagues from the University of Aberdeen has been awarded £100k to develop a person-centred discrete choice […]

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Pharmacy Research UK Announces First Project Grant Recipient

Use of patient-held information about medication As part of Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK)’s £200k investment in major project grants, we are delighted to announce first recipient of our 2017 project grants. Professor Bryony Dean Franklin from UCL School of Pharmacy has been awarded nearly £93k to investigate the use of patient-held information about medication (PHIMed) […]

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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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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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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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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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