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APS PharmSci Conference Blog

2019-06-25T15:37:38+00:00February 21st, 2019|Categories: Blog|

APS PharmSci Conference BlogThis year’s APS PharmSci Conference to be held in the University of Greenwich (Wednesday 11thto Friday 13thSeptember) will be the tenth organised by the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Let’s look back over the last nine years and review a tiny part of what the Conferences have covered to give a taster of what you might expect from this year’s meeting.APS PharmSci is a chance for Pharmaceutical Scientists to meet and exchange ideas, to present their latest research, to view the latest equipment and offerings from the exhibitors and to network. Attendees are approximately equally divided between academics, students [...]

The APS Blog on Blogging

2019-04-09T08:52:23+00:00March 16th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

The APS Blog On Blogging!Having willingly agreed to write a blog for the APS I thought I should have a think and asked myself the following questions:* What makes a good blog?* What do people want to read when you can find anything at your fingertips?* Who will read this blog anyway!So as with any form of research I looked at what other blogs are out there in pharmacy and I found plenty, if you are interested the top 50 (yes 50!) pharmaceutical blogs can be found here: https://blog.feedspot.com/pharma_blogs/The range of blogs is vast with emphasis on regulatory decisions to the [...]

Have we reached a crossroads in pharmaceutical education?

2019-04-08T12:59:55+00:00March 15th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

Have we reached a crossroads in pharmaceutical education? The crossroad concept reflects that it used to be possible for a student interested in a career in pharmaceutical science to qualify either as a pharmacist or as a pharmaceutical scientist and be able to progress a science-based career with many options available. I am worried that these opportunities could be reduced as the pharmacy courses increase their clinical content and I do not want to see such a careers crossroad appear for budding pharmaceutical scientists. The General Pharmaceutical Council are consulting on the initial education and training standards for pharmacists. (https://surveys.pharmacyregulation.org/s/IETP-standards/). [...]

OrBiTo and the rDCS approach to formulation development

2019-04-09T08:54:02+00:00March 15th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

OrBiTo and the rDCS approach to formulation development The crossroad concept reflects that it used to be possible for a student interested in a career in pharmaceutical science to qualify either as a pharmacist or as a pharmaceutical scientist and be able to progress a science-based career with many options available. I am worried that these opportunities could be reduced as the pharmacy courses increase their clinical content and I do not want to see such a careers crossroad appear for budding pharmaceutical scientists.  The General Pharmaceutical Council are consulting on the initial education and training standards for pharmacists.(https://surveys.pharmacyregulation.org/s/IETP-standards/).  The [...]

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