Booking now open for 6th RPS Wales Medicines Safety Conference

Join the RPS for the 6th RPS Wales Medicines Safety Conference, the leading multi-professional event addressing medicines safety issues as part of integrated approaches to improving health and transforming healthcare. 03 November 2016 9am – 5pm, Saint David’s Hotel, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, CF10 5SD, United Kingdom This year’s conference will explore the challenges and opportunities for managing medicines safely and effectively as

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Royal Pharmaceutical Society launches research guidance hub

Last month the RPS launched their new Research Resource Hub. The RPS research hub offers members guidance and support on their research journey from developing an idea and defining appropriate methodology through to applying for funding, undertaking research and communicating findings. Research and evaluation are key elements of professional development, including the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) Foundation and Faculty programmes

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The Pharmacy Research Wales: 5 year strategic plan (2015-2020) is led by the All Wales Chief Pharmacists Committee. It sets out a series of recommendations to develop a lasting culture withing the pharmacy professions to improve the quality and quantity of research that influences policy and patient care in Wales and beyond: Culture: Create a culture in which pharmacy professionals recognise

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Health and Care Research Wales Conference 2016

Research with Impact 13 October 2016 | 09:00 – 16:30 | SWALEC stadium, Cardiff | £0.00 Confirmed Speakers: Rebecca Evans AM, Minister Social Services and Public Health Professor Jonathan Bisson, Director of Health and Care Research Wales Professor Steve Jones, Emeritus Professor of Human Genetics, University College London Professor Jenny Kitzinger, Director of Research: Impact and Engagement, Cardiff University André

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Public support for more clinical research in Wales

In January this year, a survey by YouGov, commissioned by the Welsh NHS Confederation and supported by ABPI and the 1000 Lives Improvement Service of NHS Wales, sought the views of the Welsh public on their health services and treatments. Over one thousand individuals responded to the online interview, giving their views on issues as diverse as who runs NHS

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