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  1. 11, January, 2017 OPINION PIECE: The rise of anti-science

    Donald Cairns

    Professor Donald Cairns explores the pharmacist’s place in a world where anti-science is on the rise, in his first opinion piece.  

  2. 24, December, 2016 RGU plays host to international Pharmacists

    Pharmacy Visit

    A number of students from Canada and Australia visited RGU earlier this year, which has given them an international perspective on their profession.  

  3. 16, December, 2016 Pharmacy students learn about Pharmaceutics

    Prof Lawrence Talk

    A special event was held at RGU last week, to educate students on the usefulness of pharmaceutics.  

  4. 14, December, 2016 RGU pharmacists publish prescription review

    Professor Derek Stewart

    Pharmacists and nurses are as effective as doctors when it comes to prescribing medications, according to a review written by RGU academics.  

  5. 13, December, 2016 Students encouraged to take part in initiative to help drive positive change in Aberdeen

    Jon Pengelly

    Students from Robert Gordon University (RGU) and the University of Aberdeen are being encouraged to sign up to a project which will help drive social and cultural change within the city.  

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Events

  1. 15, February, 2017 Professorial Lecture: Pharmacy Practice Research Around The World

    Derek Stewart professorial lecture

    A professorial lecture which will take the audience on a journey showcasing RGU pharmacy practice research impacting patients, professionals, organisations and society at local, national and international levels.  

  2. 24, May, 2017 Professorial Lecture: Let Food Be Thy Medicine...:Did Hippocrates Get It Right?

    Susan Duthie professorial lecture

    A professorial lecture which will discuss will how diet acts mechanistically to prevent human diseases, the concepts of personalised nutrition and the implications of ‘optimum nutrition’ for the prevention of cancer.