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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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Press Release: New research to be presented at HSRPP

The Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice Conference (HSRPP) is taking place on the 10th and 11th April at the University of Nottingham and Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) is delighted to showcase some new research that will be presented at the conference.  All the papers presented are published in the prestigious International Journals of Pharmacy […]

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PRUK Newsletter March 2017

We are delighted to publish our latest newsletter with details of our 2016 Annual Research Review, the deadline for our Awards and Bursaries and our latest PRUK-funded published research: PRUK Newsletter March 2017

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Press Release: Pharmacy Research UK Publishes 2016 Research Review

Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) is delighted to publish annual research report for 2016, which highlights the impact our funding and researchers have had since PRUK’s launch in 2012. The report also takes the opportunity to share with readers our vision for the future. Read our 2016 Annual Research Review. Since its launch, PRUK has awarded […]

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Press release: Identifying barriers to medical adherence – reviewing the IMAB-Q

Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) is delighted to announce the publication of research funded by the charity that has developed a tool to identify patients with low medication adherence and to explore the barriers preventing these patients from adhering to their medication schedule. Between a third and a half of patients prescribed medication for long term […]

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Blog: AMRC Research Impact Masterclass

On Tuesday 14th March, Desh Mofidi (Research Manager) and Kate Woode (Senior Fundraising and Communications Manager) attended a research impact masterclass, hosted by the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC). This was an interesting event, which highlighted the tools and resources available to identify and report on impact arising from funded research projects. A recurrent […]

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Vacancy for a Fundraising and Communications Assistant

Would you like to work for PRUK? Do you have experience in a marketing or fundraising role? PRUK are looking for a Fundraising and Communications Assistant to help grow our income streams and improve our communications channels.  This new role will be responsible for the coordination of our charity communications and for the administration around […]

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Blog: Key tips to building a successful grant proposal

Are you thinking of applying for one of our funding schemes? Do you want to know how to make your application stand out from the rest and how to avoid common mistakes? Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) are sponsoring an event hosted by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) on how to develop a research funding application, […]

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Press release: Pharmacist led care in General Practice

Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) are delighted to announce the publication of research funded by the charity which explores the attitude and perceptions of GPs to pharmacist led care in general practice and identifies perceived barriers and facilitators to the integration of pharmacists in to general practice. The research was conducted by Tahmina Rokib at the […]

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