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The Royal Pharmaceutical Society is an scholarly organization in the United Kingdom which acts as "the dedicated professional body for pharmacists in England, Scotland and Wales". They have generously offered the use of 100 one-year accounts that will include four resources:

  • The Pharmaceutical Journal ([1]) the official weekly journal of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, provides information and analysis on the latest advances in any branch of pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical science throughout the world.
  • Clinical Pharmacist ([2]) concentrates on issues of direct relevance to hospital pharmacists, primary care pharmacists and leading-edge community practitioners, the publication enables readers to keep abreast of current advances in their discipline and assists them in expanding their professional skills and knowledge.
  • Tomorrow's Pharmacist([3]) investigates the realities of a career in the pharmaceutical sciences.
  • Additional premium learning resources.

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  • Lawrence, Janna (27 September 2014). "Benzodiazepine use is associated with Alzheimer's disease, study finds". The Pharmaceutical Journal. 293 (7829). 20066461. Retrieved 2014-10-10. (Subscription may be required or content may be available in libraries.)