International Journal of Pharmacy Practice

Cover image for Vol. 25 Issue 6

Edited By: Christine Bond, University of Aberdeen, UK

Online ISSN: 2042-7174

News


Christine_Bond_RCGPs_award

Professor Christine Bond, IJPP Editor-in-Chief, has been awarded an honorary fellowship at the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGPs). A spokesperson for the RCGPs says: “Christine Bond is an asset to academic primary care within the UK and a strong supporter of UK general practice. The research evidence she has generated has helped inform changes in primary care service delivery.
In an interview with The Pharmaceutical Journal, Christine said: “I think I was given this award because although I am a pharmacist, I have spent my academic career in a medical school, developing general practice undergraduate teaching, and building a programme of research bringing pharmacy and general practice together.
Gradually some of my research has contributed to the position we are in now, where the professions are really working more closely together for a common goal of safer medicine,
” she adds.

Read related articles for Free
Antibiotic Stewardship: why we must play our part
Validity of prescribing indicators for assessing quality of antibiotic use in Australian general practice

NOW INDEXED BY MEDLINE!

IJPP Editor receives lifetime achievement award for pharmacy practice research
Professor Christine Bond has been presented with the UK Lifetime Achievement award for Pharmacy. The honour was given to the Professor of Primary Care at The Pharma Awards which celebrate high achieving people and teams from all sectors of pharmacy. For more information please click here.

Articles Published Online Ahead of Print
Articles which have been fully copy-edited and peer-reviewed will now be published online through our Early View feature before the print edition of this journal is published.

Online Open
IJPP participates in the Wiley-Blackwell scheme which allows authors that wish to allow open access to their papers to pay for the publication cost. Authors should NOT indicate at the point of submission whether they will wish to make use of this facility. If the paper is accepted, they will be given an opportunity to make their wishes known at that time. Read More

NIH Public Access Mandate
For those interested in the Wiley-Blackwell policy on the NIH Public Access Mandate, please visit our policy statement.

SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION