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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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Blog: Celebrating International Clinical Trials Day

We are delighted to celebrate International Clinical Trials Day (ICTD) today and to commemorate the day James Lind started his famous clinical trial on scurvy, back in 1747. By funding innovative research, Pharmacy Research UK is able to support researchers who continue to walk along the same path as James Lind. They are leaders of […]

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Blog: Thinking about becoming a pharmacy researcher?

New personal research fellowship funds are available from Pharmacy Research UK. We fund bursaries and personal awards to support novice researchers develop their ideas. Bursaries: 3 levels of bursary support. Personal Awards for hospital, community and primary care pharmacists Fellowships supported by the UKCPA and BOPA The HEE/ NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Programme is also […]

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Guest Blog: To research or not to research that is the question?

David Wright is Professor of Pharmacy Practice and Deputy Head of the School of Pharmacy, University of East Anglia And so the decision is finally out on the big NIHR Programme grant application. After four years of being initially rejected due to being under ambitious and overly expensive, resubmitting a revised outline application, making it […]

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