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British Society for the History of Pharmacy

Research Grant
From 2019 the British Society for the History of Pharmacy has offered an annual grant of £500 to support a project in the history of pharmacy. The award was aimed at pharmacists, pharmacy technicians or students of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences. The grant was awarded as one single £500 award or split into two £250 grants for research over two years. The award also included membership to the BSHP for the duration of the project.

The completed work would then be given as a short presentation, or poster, at the BSHP conference within 2 years of the award being made.

This grant scheme is now closed.

2019/2020 Grant Awarded
Soh Xi Ken
is from Sunderland University and his title is 'A holistic view on the evolution of pharmacy education from the 19th to 21st century: a case study on University of Sunderland’s School of Pharmacy.'

Previous Grants
Gwawr Faulconbridge
is the first person to be awarded our new 2018/19 Pharmacy History Research Grant, and will be using it to support her project 'Pharmacy Life at the Cardiff City Mental Hospital.’