The Pharmacist Cooperative Network Event

The Pharmacist Cooperative Network Event

16 Aug . 1 min read.

31st August 2018


Cresta Court Hotel
Church St
WA14 4DP

Free parking as available at the hotel car park

Event will start at 6:30 PM and finish at 10:00 PM

Mark Pitt

Director of Defence Services (The PDA)

Tohidul Islam


Founder of The Pharmacist Cooperative, will be discussing locum issues, the cooperative and how through technology and innovation can shape the future of our profession.

Gregory Lawton

Patient and Medicines Safety Consultant (The PDA)

The session will consider the difference between the person and systems approaches to patient safety, how to identify which one is being used in the workplace, the benefits of the systems approach to patients and pharmacists (for example in its effects on the working environment) and how we can develop the systems approach within the profession in the future.

Raza Ali


Raza will be talking about pharmacists and pharmacy owners working together for mutual benefit, how the cuts are affecting us all and how that passes onto pharmacy managers and locums.

Siddiqur Rahman

GP Practice Pharmacist Prescriber

Siddiqur will be talking about pharmacists working in general practice within a multidisciplinary setting and how they all work together to improve patient safety and health outcomes as well as reducing GPs workload in an ever demanding NHS Primary Care setting.

Nahim Kahn


Nahim Khan is a pharmacist who works in three sectors. Nahim is a Pharmacist Support Charity Ambassador and will be talking about the charity, the services it provides and who is eligible. Nahim is also an Ambassador for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and he will be talking about how the Society can help you be the best you can be.

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Our Sponsors

The Pharmacist Defence Association

Korolia & Co. Accountants

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