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Raliat Onatade Sep 4
Rather excited to be presenting our work - Reliability and utility of an adapted hospital clinical pharmacy patient prioritisation tool at today. If you're in the area - 11.30 in the Lomond Auditorium
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Aly Brown Sep 6
Can’t believe it’s the last day of ! What a week it has been!
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Dr Chi Huynh Sep 6
I definitely feel tired but inspired. Great Congress and Great City. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 😊
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Ema Paulino Sep 5
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Steve Churton Sep 6
Unfortunately I was unable to attend this year, but thanks to the brilliant tweets I have felt very much involved. Huge congratulations to , the organising committee, and of course for a sensational event. Global pharmacy should be very proud.
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Raliat Onatade Sep 4
"Pharmacists should seize the opportunity to develop a Pharmacogenomics service. If we don't, someone else will."
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Tom Gray Sep 6
Competence is not about expertise but reaching a threshold of safe, trusted practice, where the practitioner can work unsupervised; NEVER independently, ALWAYS inter-dependently.
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Daragh Connolly Sep 4
I am hugely honoured to have been elected to the Executive Committee of and thank my colleagues for their backing
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Tina Brock Sep 2
To have my Fellow certificate signed by one of my most inspiring friends, to have a specially designed medal from my partner, & to have a good luck charm from my protege. I am indeed a fortunate human & pledge to pay this fortune forward!
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Alex MacKinnon Sep 6
Great FIP GLASGOW 2018-sharing innovative practice and experiences with pharmacist colleagues from across the world- ‘Together We are Pharmacy’
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Anthony Cox Sep 5
Excellent poster by Hugman of . Point 11 is why the framing of debate on homeopathy at was a mistake. Have a debate about HOW we get rid of quackery from the profession, not on whether we should.
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Suzanne Scott-Thomas Sep 6
Well done Sophie Harding presentation on NMP opinions & beliefs.
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IPSF Sep 3
We also had our past Executive Committee Members present at IPSF Booth at the FIP World Congress in Glasgow! Pictured: mr. (ChP of AfRO 2016-17), Ms. (ChP of Student Exchange 2017-18) and Ms. Barbara Villela (ChP of Public Health 2014-15)
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Philip Howard Sep 6
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Emma Bolton Sep 6
Will be presenting here this morning...eek! Looking forward to sharing my findings with an international audience
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Claire Anderson Sep 7
Thanks everyone for a great Congress
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Matthew Boyd Sep 6
Great to be welcomed to by our very own students. Sorry I couldn’t make the photo - networking with pharmacy society of Australia. Well done all!
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Antons Mozalevskis Sep 5
Are we still underestimating the role of in response? Pharmacy-based POC testing and counselling, treatment monitoring and even prescribing
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Ash Soni Sep 6
A huge thank you to you and the more than THREE THOUSAND delegates from more than ONE HUNDRED countries who have made such a wonderful event
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Fateha Al-Emran May 14
Well done to our pre-reg trainee pharmacists Junel Ahmed, Lauren Maw, Beverly Nketia and Nayeem Uddin for getting their audit abstracts accepted for - Very proud of you!
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