RPS masterclass: Personalised medicine – how will it affect pharmacists? 7 July 2016

This new one-day Royal Pharmaceutical Society masterclass on 7 July 2016 provides an intensive and interactive opportunity for the pharmacy profession to get a head start with personalised medicines.

The day provides attendees with an insight into the most important aspects of personalised medicines. The event will cover what personalised medicines are, how the changing healthcare needs of the population and austerity measures are continuing to impact the importance and expansion of these medicines, how this is and will continue to impact pharmacists in both the hospital and community setting, and look at future opportunities for pharmacists to become more engaged and central to personalised medicines roll out.

The event is open to community pharmacists, hospital pharmacists, teaching practitioners, chief and superintendent pharmacists, and pharmacy owners. 

For more information or to book visit the RPS website


Last updated
The Pharmaceutical Journal, PJ, May 2016, Vol 296, No 7889;296(7889):DOI:10.1211/PJ.2016.20201134

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