Pharmacist Support launch survey to understand issues

Pharmacist Support has launched an online survey to understand the issues facing pharmacy students and pharmacists working in a variety of settings as it reviews its approach to supporting the profession.

The survey is live until May 26 and is open to practising, former and retired pharmacists, pharmacy students and pre-registration trainees.

“We’re now 10 years on from our previous research that led to and informed our relaunch as Pharmacist Support (from the Benevolent Fund)” said Pharmacist Support chief executive Danielle Hunt.

“So much has changed in this time, and continues to change, as the charity continue to face an increase in demand for its services.

“We felt it was imperative we went out to the sector to gain crucial feedback and insight to inform our new strategy, which we will launch later in the year.

“It is important to us as a charity established and funded by pharmacists that we remain relevant and able to meet the changing needs of the sector.”

Pharmacist Support said “the views shared through this research will be important in helping shape the future activities of the profession’s charity.”





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