.

Tag Archives | Update

“Great vitality in the pharmacy research community”: Our Chairman’s reflections on our first 18 months…

Professor Anthony Smith is Chair of Pharmacy Research UK and Vice-Provost (Education) at University College London.  It has now been over a year since the Pharmacy Practice Research Trust (PPRT) and the Pharmaceutical Trust for Education and Charitable Objects (PTECO) joined to form Pharmacy Research UK; the principal research charity supporting pharmacists and pharmacy to […]

Read full story Comments { 2 }

Outline Bids Update

We’re in the process of notifying applicants of the outcome of their outline bid submissions to Pharmacy Research UK. Due to the large amount of bids received (a 300% increase on last time!), we have only been able to shortlist a small number of applicants as we’re only able to fund 6 applications this year. […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Outline Bid Update

We have received an overwhelming number of outline bids for our project grant funding. Up 300% on the number received by one of our founding charities, PTECO, that offered similar grants in 2011/2012; for a small charity like us this is a huge increase! We’re really excited to have received so many interesting ideas for […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Pharmacy Research UK announces research funding for Pharmacists.

Pharmacy Research UK is accepting applications from pharmacists wishing to develop skills and experience in research relating to their practice. In line with our objective to promote the health of the public by educating pharmacists, we have two funding schemes which aim to develop research capacity and capability in pharmacy. The Personal Research Awards and […]

Read full story Comments { 1 }

Pharmacy Research UK Launch

Media Release Date: 13th December 2013 New charity for pharmacy research launched Pharmacy research and its contribution to improving the health of the public, has a new leading advocate, following the launch of a new charity, Pharmacy Research UK. Born of the merger of two charities, the Pharmacy Practice Research Trust and the Pharmaceutical Trust […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Grants for pharmacy research awarded by PTECO

Three research projects have been selected for funding by The Pharmaceutical Trust for Educational and Charitable Objects (PTECO), an independent research charity established in 1936. PTECO promotes the advancement of pharmacy education and since the beginning of 2011 has been focusing on funding research which informs current and emerging policy issues in pharmacy. PTECO’s primary […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

PTECO award first project grants

The Pharmaceutical Trust for Education and Charitable Objects (PTECO), an independent research charity founded by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, has awarded funding for three research grants that meet its current priorities. Founded in 1938, PTECO’s charitable objects are ‘the promotion of the efficiency and effectiveness of the society’s charities to promote the education of persons […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

PPRT commissions study into the persepectives of young people with arthritis

The Pharmacy Practice Research Trust (PPRT) has commissioned a study to explore the perspectives of young people with arthritis about their health and care and the place of medicines and pharmacy. The project will: investigate the relationship between identity and medication use amongst adolescents with juvenile arthritis scope patterns of care among young people with […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Applications now being accepted for PPRT 2012 Research Awards and Research Training Bursaries

Applications now being accepted for PPRT 2012 Research Awards and Research Training Bursaries. The Pharmacy Practice Research Trust is now accepting applications from pharmacists interested in furthering their research experience for its Research Awards and Research Training Bursaries. This unique funding is vital towards developing a research active pharmacy profession which in turn can underpin […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }