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Blog - October 2020

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Your Society: Our equality, diversity and inclusion journey

27 Oct 2020 published October 2020

Ahead of the launch of our new EDI Vision, Rachel reflects on our journey so far

Inspiring and supporting the next generation of pharmacologists

20 Oct 2020 by Sorrel Bunting published October 2020

We know that it is likely that, as a pharmacologist, you have been asked about careers and opportunities in pharmacology, perhaps during networking at conferences, as part of discussions with your team, or even during conversations with family and friends. But what do you say?
 

A tool for doctors to review the medications of complex cases

19 Oct 2020 by Christopher Threapleton published October 2020

Chris Threapleton explains how his research team are working to reduce the negative effects of taking multiple medicines. 

Facing mental health challenges together: our experience during COVID-19

09 Oct 2020 published October 2020

Ahead of World Mental Health Day on 10 October 2020, our CEO Rachel Lambert-Forsyth shares how the Society, as an employer, has taken on the unique mental health challenges posed by COVID-19.

Graham Russell: A 50-year odyssey with bisphosphonates, bone biology and beyond.

02 Oct 2020 by Graham Russell in Editorial published October 2020

This year, Graham Russell was awarded the prestigious Sir James Black Award, presented by the British Pharmacological Society in recognition of his contributions to drug discovery. Read this blog and register for ELRIG’s Drug Discovery Digital conference to hear directly from this genuine, humble, world-class scientist.