The Stockley’s Drug Interactions Story
As Stockley’s Drug Interactions celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, find out about the rich history of the resource, from the first articles published in the Pharmaceutical Journal to becoming the world-renowned publication it is today.
A foreword by Ivan Stockley:
“My aim in writing the book was to tell doctors and pharmacists, surgeons and nurses, or anyone else who has neither the time nor facilities to carry out detailed literature searches of their own, what is known about the many hundreds (maybe thousands) of adverse interactions on record, and to suggest what to do.”
“And so in 2001 the whole of my stuff was passed over to the RPS with Karen Baxter appointed to succeed me as Editor. And during her reign I have seen the book continue to flourish, from Edition 6 to Edition 12, and for the whole enterprise to become a team effort and integrated with the provision of interaction information in Martindale and the BNF, which was a dream I had always had.” – Ivan Stockley
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