RPS Support for research

We are keen to showcase the opportunities available for pharmacists to gain the support they need in developing a research funding proposal. The Science and Research team from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) have provided further details on the support services they offer to pharmacists who are interested to apply for research funding! Previous PRUK […]

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What does good patient and public involvement look like?

Patient and public involvement (PPI) is a crucial part of our research process, so we asked the patient experts who sit on our advisory panel, Sylvia Bailey and Becky Harmston, what researchers can do to make sure they are properly involving patients and service users in their work. There are many different models for patient […]

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Diabetes UK Partnership

We are delighted to be able to partner with Diabetes UK to offer funding to pharmacists and health service researchers to explore how pharmacy can deliver positive health impacts for people with diabetes. We are looking for practical proposals exploring how pharmacy and pharmacists can support people with diabetes. This could include, but is not […]

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Updated application assessment process

We’re excited to say that we’re making a few improvements to our grant assessment processes – our Research Manager, Desh Mofidi, talks you through how we decide which applications we can fund. What are we doing? For our grant round in 2020 we are making some changes to how applications submitted to the annual developmental […]

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2019-2022 PRUK Strategy

Pharmacy Research UK published a new three-year strategy in 2019, designed to help provide a focus for our work on the prevalent issues impacting many healthcare areas, such as long-term conditions, medicines safety and digitisation. Why have we developed a new strategy? Pharmacy is one of the key building blocks of health provision in the […]

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2018 Annual Review

Our Annual Review, looking back on our work in 2018, has now been published. Our research manager Desh Mofidi picks out some of his highlights. We are pleased to be able to present the annual review for 2018. It was a year full of new challenges and unexplored opportunity. 2018 saw the highest number of […]

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HSRPP Conference – Future Hosts

2018 HSRPP Conference – Newcastle University The University of Reading, University of Bath and the University of Bradford have been selected to host the Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice conference for the next three years, respectively. Three universities have been selected to host the prestigious Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice (HSRPP) conference. The […]

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HSRPP Committee – Consultant Pharmacist Vacancy

The deadline for applications for this role has now passed Background The Health Service Research and Pharmacy Practice (HSRPP) conference showcases the latest research from early career pharmacy practice researchers, covering a range of topics relevant to the role of pharmacy and health services. The conference provides an opportunity for early career researchers to disseminate […]

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HSRPP 2019 Call for Abstracts

HSRPP 2019 Call for Abstracts Unfortunately the deadline for abstract submissions for HSRPP 2019 has now passed. The 2019 Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice (HSRPP) conference will be hosted by the University of Birmingham on Monday 8th and Tuesday 9th April. The HSRPP conference presents a unique opportunity for researchers within health service and pharmacy practice research to network […]

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A new start

As I write this I am just in to my third week as the chief executive for Pharmacy Research UK (PRUK), which I think still qualifies me as ‘new’. It’s been an incredibly interesting first three weeks, meeting my fantastic colleagues at PRUK, setting in to a new office and beginning to learn more about […]

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