The successful candidates have been announced in this year's RPS English and Welsh Pharmacy Board elections
The RPS has come out in support of new restrictions on the prescribing of an epilepsy drug that can harm the health and development of unborn children
After a lengthy campaign, a legal measure protecting UK community pharmacists from criminal prosecution for inadvertent dispensing errors has come into force
A £20 million NHS England drive to recruit pharmacists and pharmacy technicians into care homes has been praised by the RPS
The RPS’s Sandra Gidley has said it would be “nothing short of a scandal” if health services did not make best use of pharmacists' clinical skills
The RPS has joined other pharmacy bodies in welcoming the news that legislation to introduce a new defence around inadvertent dispensing errors has finally been approved by Parliament.
The RPS has called for wider consultation on supervision, following the latest meeting of the Rebalancing Board.
Relationships – new, old, good and bad – was a recurring theme at this year’s Pharmacy Show, the largest annual gathering of pharmacy professionals in the UK.
APTUK and the RPS have announced plans to develop a common five-year strategy document – the latest in a series of collaborations between the two professional bodies.
Some 84 per cent of British adults don’t wash their hands for long enough, reveals new survey from the RPS.
The price of EHC hit the national headlines recently, opening up a heated debate
More research is needed before the recommendation that patients always complete a course of antibiotics can be revised, the RPS has said
An open letter from pharmacists denouncing potential DH plans allowing pharmacy technicians to supervise medicines supply has been delivered to the RPS.
RB UK has been named as a Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) accredited training provider for the next five years.
Pharmacist Paul Bennett has been appointed as the new chief executive of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society
The RPS, APTUK and PFNI have developed new professional standards on error reporting in pharmacy.
Pharmacists' expertise in long term conditions needs to be further utilised to reduce strain on the NHS, says new RPS report.
Over half of UK adults self diagnose when feeling unwell, while more than three-quarters seek medical advice from the internet, reveals RPS survey.
The RPS has launched a new campaign to improve the care of people with long term conditions through the better use of pharmacists.
The presence of homeopathic remedies in pharmacy, both in the dispensary and on sale, has been the focus of a debate that has been raging for decades.