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Pharmaceutical Press partners with IPU

Pharmaceutical Press from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and the Irish Pharmaceutical Union (IPU) have announced a partnership, supporting IPU members with a special rate subscription to essential information through MedicinesComplete.

Pharmaceutical Press partners with IPU
Darragh O'Loughlin: “The IPU is delighted to add yet another benefit to what we offer our members.” Photograph: Brett Jordan on Unsplash.

Responding to requests to make it easier for community pharmacists to access trusted resources, the two organisations have worked together to create a tailored and affordable offer for launch in January 2021.

Pharmaceutical Press Sales and Marketing Director, Nic Potter said: “I am delighted to partner with the IPU and provide an enhanced offer to help community pharmacists access our trusted evidence-based medicines information, at a price that is affordable. It is a fantastic opportunity to support the wider pharmacy community to make confident decisions and provide effective patient care.”

Darragh O'Loughlin, IPU Secretary General said: “The IPU is delighted to add yet another benefit to what we offer our members. MedicinesComplete is a great service, and we are very pleased to be working with the Pharmaceutical Press to offer this service at a substantially discounted rate for our members.”

MedicinesComplete makes it easy for healthcare professionals to access essential medicines information at the point of care. Providing trusted evidence-based knowledge for confident decision-making and effective patient care, says Pharmaceutical Press.

The special rate subscription includes access to Martindale: The Complete Drug Reference and Martindale’s ADR Checker; Stockley’s Drug Interactions and Stockley’s Interaction Checker; plus, the British National Formulary and BNF for Children.

Prices start at €452 for one site/premises and €395.50 per site for members who own between 2 and 10 sites/premises. Eligibility criteria apply.

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