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March 2018 Newsletter

PRUK’s March 2018 Newsletter features information on our third project grant, 2017 Annual Review, research profiled on BBC Wales News, PRUK mentee and PhD blogs and the upcoming HSRPP conference. Read the PRUK March Newsletter If you have any questions regarding its content, please contact us at practice.research@rpharms.com

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PRUK Mentee Blog

PRUK are delighted to publish a mentee blog from our mentoring scheme that was launched back in October. Dr Debra Robertson is a Lead Oncology Pharmacist at the Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust with a PhD in pharmaceutics. Debra had never received formal mentoring before signing up to our scheme and was seeking advice from an […]

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HSRPP Workshop Themes

There will be four HSRPP workshops held at Newcastle University during the second day of the conference (Friday 13th April). The workshops are designed to help academics develop a specific skill through teaching and learning in an interactive environment. Active participation from attendees is encouraged, and activities will be conducted to keep the participants engaged […]

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Annual Review 2017

Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) is delighted to publish its Annual Review 2017. The report showcases the outcomes and impacts that have stemmed from our funding, which will provide tangible benefits to patients and the public. It highlights how PRUK have strengthened the research culture in pharmacy through investing in early career pharmacists to help them […]

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Could you be our new CEO?

  The following advertisement has now been issued by TPP, the recruitment agency dealing with this vacancy: CEO, Pharmacy Research UK c£40,000 for three days (c£66,000 FTE) Central London Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK) is the principal funder of pharmacy research in the UK. Founded from a union of two research charities, PRUK has a broad programme […]

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Pharmacy Research UK announces launch of “Pill School”: Maximising access to medicines for children within the NHS

As part of Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK)’s £250k funding into larger projects, we are delighted to announce funding that will be used to launch a “Pill School”. This project is designed to help train young patients to take tablets and capsules and will be hosted, and part funded, by the Evelina London Children’s Hospital.  The […]

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Blog: Why the steep learning curve of the PhD is worth it and how to succeed

  “Why the steep learning curve of the PhD is worth it and how to succeed ” By Emma Davies, PhD student, University of Swansea. Emma is in receipt of Pharmacy Research UK funding for her PhD project and is part of the Research Capacity Building Collaboration (RCBC) Wales, Community of Scholars. Here she shares her […]

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January 2018 Newsletter

PRUK January 2018 Newsletter is published today with details of our 2018 Awards and Bursaries Round, HSRPP 2018 and the upcoming RPS/PRUK research proposal writing workshop.  

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Reviewing the person-centred approach to pharmacy practice with a focus on using health coaching methods

PRUK are delighted to share Nina Barnett’s final report, following completion of her 2016 training bursary, which reviews a person-centred approach to pharmacy practice through a focus on using health coaching methods. Person-centred care views the people using health services as equal partners in planning, developing and monitoring care in order to it ensure it […]

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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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