Question time – have your say!

Pharmacy Magazine will be hosting a Question Time panel discussion at this year’s Pharmacy Show at NEC Birmingham on September 25-26 – and we want you to get involved. The theme of the session will be: “If I could change one thing about pharmacy in the next 12 months, it would be...”.

Tell us what you think are the biggest issues in pharmacy at the moment (pick your top three from the list below) and then ask your own question. We’ll then put the best and most searching questions to an expert panel and report their answers as they’re given on our Twitter feed @PharmacyMagUK. In that way you’ll have a voice, even if you can’t be at the Pharmacy Show in person.

The panel consists of the following leading industry figures:

  • Claire Ward, chair, Pharmacy Voice

  • John Murphy, general secretary, Pharmacists’ Defence Association

  • Jonathan McShane, chair, Pharmacy and Public Health Forum

  • Luvjit Kandula, chief officer, Leicestershire and Rutland LPC

  • Sandra Gidley, chair, English Pharmacy Board, Royal Pharmaceutical Society.

The panel will be chaired by Pharmacy Magazine editor, Richard Thomas.

So go on – have your say and make your voice count!

Vote now on pharmacy’s big issues (remember – select your top three). Choose from the following topics:

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