Interview: Martin Sawer

Wholesalers are returning to normal after the fuel crisis but workforce shortages could become a big problem, warns Martin Sawer.

Interview: Thorrun Govind

Thorrun Govind has taken up her role as English Pharmacy Board chair with relish and there is much work to do.

Interview: Daniel Lee

Hub and spoke is not for everyone but it can stop independents losing control to big companies, says the founder of Pharmacy2U 

Interview: Duncan Rudkin

Duncan Rudkin says the GPhC took the best decisions possible on March’s assessment with the information it had at the time. 

Interview: Andrew Lane

Talk of strike action in a national newspaper was a carefully crafted way of getting the government's attention, says Andrew Lane.   

Interview: Mark Koziol

The pandemic is a chance for pharmacy to persuade the government it is integral to the NHS, says Mark Koziol.  

Interview: Reena Barai

Do independent pharmacists have the skills to succeed in primary care networks, asks NPA board member Reena Barai.

Interview: Harpreet Chana

Mental Wealth Academy founder Harpreet Chana became a coach specialising in mental health after a close brush with suicide.

Interview: Anita White

Pharmacy bodies didn't think the profession had a gender inequality problem but they need to address it and fast, says Anita White.

Interview: Mike Hewitson

Local politics is just as dysfunctional as pharmacy politics, says former NPA board member Mike Hewitson.

Interview: Liz Fidler

In her first interview since becoming APTUK president, Liz Fidler says greater awareness of her profession is needed.

Interview: Michael Lennox

Most local pharmaceutical committees have made a start on their primary care network journey says Michael Lennox. 

Interview: Danielle Hunt

Pharmacist Support chief executive Danielle Hunt says the charity needs funding to survive. 

Interview: Hemant Patel

Pharmacists need leadership skills training and the RPS needs to learn how to lead, says Hemant Patel.

Interview: Paul Day

Having been involved in trade unions since the mid-90s, Paul Day is well versed on the challenges faced by the PDA.

Interview: Mark Lyonette

Pharmacy has been an eye-opener for Mark Lyonette since he arrived as chief executive of the National Pharmacy Association.

Interview: Neil Lister

Self care is a work-in-progress but for the PAGB, the challenge is to remain relevant as it reaches its 100th year.

Interview: Simon Dukes

As the reforms to general practice start, the next year is critical for community pharmacy, says Simon Dukes.

Interview: Dr Jagan John

Pharmacies need to do more to survive in an integrated care system, says Dr Jagan John.

Interview: Jeremy Main

The HDA's first independent chair wants to give the organisation a vibrant voice.

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