No pharmacists at top of NPA
There are no longer any pharmacists at director level at the National Pharmacy Association after the job of director of pharmacy practice and chief pharmacists was made redundant.
The loss of the role means that Colette McCreedy has been made redundant after 22 years at the NPA.
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The restructure, the NPA says, will reflect the core elements of the associations remit — representation, support and protection.
There will be three new directorates — external affairs, membership services and insurance — which will be supported by a finance directorate.
David Coorey will head up the membership services, Paul Coleman the insurance directorate and Pat Hampson finance. John Turk, NPA chief executive, will be leading on external affairs.
Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal URI: 10043792
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