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Lord Hunt of Kings Heath led the debate, outlining the importance of clinical pharmacologists in the UK
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13–15 December 2016 | London, UK
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The Society's President, Professor David Webb, responds to review of evidence on the efficacy and safety of statins in the Lancet
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NPIS training day in clinical pharmacology in Birmingham
Rare diseases, extraordinary aspirations
Drug discovery 2016
EBMA Annual Academic Conference
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BJCP article: Study reveals scope and characteristics of adverse drug reactions in the general population
BJP article: Stem cell-based screening methods may predict heart-related side effects of drugs
Clinical pharmacology debate in the House of Lords
British Pharmacological Society signs letter supporting primate research
BJCP article: Adverse drug reactions may be under-reported in young children
BJP article: Brain peptide research may lead to promising new treatments for mental illnesses
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Express your interest for our media training workshop (Early Career Members, Full Members or Fellows) https://t.co/tXfHCJoAw9
26 September 2016
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The British Pharmacological Society is embarking on an initiative called Focus on Pharmacology to help us understand the value of pharmacology.