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Pharmaceutical Journal 06/04/2020 08:43
It was with sadness that I learned of the sudden and untimely passing of Rodger Barnett. I first met Rodger in the early 1980s through the North Metropolitan Branch of the then Pharmaceutical Socity of Great Britain. The meetings were held at the University of London School of Pharamcy (The Square), where Rodger was studying for his PhD He moved on from there to join the pharmaceutical development group in Glaxo Research Laboratories. In the 1990s we started to work together in the ...
Pharmaceutical Journal 06/04/2020 05:11
Graham graduated from the School of Pharmacy, University of London, in 1964, and had a very varied career. In 1966 he became a lecturer in the Department of Ophthalmic Optics and Visual Science at City, University of London. While there, he undertook a PhD in “The pharmacology of the inferior oblique muscle of the rabbit” at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical College.
Pharmaceutical Journal 06/03/2020 10:43
In an exclusive interview with The Pharmaceutical Journal, Jo Churchill, the minister responsible for public health, primary care and prevention in England, said that the gap in the wellbeing support offered to pharmacists, compared with other healthcare professions, was "quite glaring" and she was discussing a permanent service.

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