Local politics is just as dysfunctional as pharmacy politics, says former NPA board member Mike Hewitson.
In her first interview since becoming APTUK president, Liz Fidler says greater awareness of her profession is needed.
Most local pharmaceutical committees have made a start on their primary care network journey says Michael Lennox.
Pharmacist Support chief executive Danielle Hunt says the charity needs funding to survive.
Pharmacists need leadership skills training and the RPS needs to learn how to lead, says Hemant Patel.
Having been involved in trade unions since the mid-90s, Paul Day is well versed on the challenges faced by the PDA.
Pharmacy has been an eye-opener for Mark Lyonette since he arrived as chief executive of the National Pharmacy Association.
Self care is a work-in-progress but for the PAGB, the challenge is to remain relevant as it reaches its 100th year.
As the reforms to general practice start, the next year is critical for community pharmacy, says Simon Dukes.
Pharmacies need to do more to survive in an integrated care system, says Dr Jagan John.
The HDA's first independent chair wants to give the organisation a vibrant voice.