Senior Solicitor Nick Glassbrook completed his B.Pharm degree at Bradford University
in 1986 and registered as a pharmacist with the Pharmaceutical Society (as it was then, now the Royal Pharmaceutical Society
of Great Britain) the same year. He worked for several years in both community and hospital pharmacy during which time he completed
his M.Pharm degree and membership by examination of the College of Pharmacy Practice.
Nick has represented pharmacists in a variety of cases including the following:
- Criminal - especially offences under Medicines Act 1968, including the case of
which is the leading case on the interpretation of the Medicines Act.
- Civil - such as when a patient makes a claim after a dispensing error
- Inquests - a fatal dispensing error is often investigated by a Coroner
- Disciplinary - including interviews under caution with GPhC Inspectors and representations to the GPhC’s committees
Many of these cases have been referred by the Pharmacy Defence Association.
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