PIER in collaboration with EIPG and UCC School of Pharmacy are organising a webinar on Tuesday 14th March 2017 @ 4pm.
Speakers are Anne Hayes, Inspection Manager in the Compliance Dept at the HPRA and Dr Claude Farrugia, President of the European Industrial Pharmacists Group who has experience as a contract Qualified Person and is a Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs consultant.
For further information and details how to register, see PIER EIPG webinar on FMD_14031
To register for the PIER Career Information evening in RCSI College Hall on Wednesday 22nd February 2017 from 6.30pm, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be eight focus areas where pharmacists working in the particular area will be present to explain what their job entails and to discuss career opportunities. For further information, see the event flyer PIER career evening flyer Feb 2017 final.
The 2017 UKICRS Essay Competition aims to promote scientific communication and creative thinking within the general arena of pharmaceutical sciences and drug delivery. Original essays are now invited that address one of the following topics:
‘Pharmaceutical perspectives on the human microbiome’
Social media and science – friend or foe?’
'New targets for drug delivery’
'Smart health for the smartphone society’
Full details and the online submission form can be found at the link below:
The 'Falsified Medicines Directive' webinar has been rescheduled to Tuesday 14th March 2017 @ 4pm. Anne Hayes (Inspection Manager, HPRA) and Professor Claude Farrugia (EIPG President & University of Malta) will present.
Registration details will be available in early March 2017.
Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances we have had to postpone the webinar on the 'Falsified Medicines Directive' which was due to take place this Wednesday, 1st February, with Anne Hayes of the HPRA and Dr Claude Farrugia of the EIPG & University of Malta. We hope to be able to reschedule the webinar soon.
A leading Pharmacy Homecare Company is currently recruiting for a clinical pharmacist. The ideal candidate will have 2 or more years post-qualification experience in either a Hospital or Community position.
See further details, see http://localhost/pier2016/current-vacancies.