The Pharmaceutical Journal’s first ever Women to Watch initiative identifies and celebrates women in pharmacy doing amazing things but who are yet to receive the recognition they deserve. Meet the 12 phenomenal women that the pharmacy profession needs to know about, who will change the face of pharmacy.
Founder and chair of the Black Pharmacists Collective, University of Manchester
Director of pharmacy, Babylon Health
Representation pharmacist, Ulster Chemists’ Association – Northern Ireland
Lead pharmacist for gender identity and community mental health services, Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
Pharmacy operations manager, St Andrew’s Healthcare, Northampton
MPharm programme director, University of Swansea
Associate chief clinical information officer, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Healthcare Trust
Lead clinician, Scottish Paediatric and Adolescent Infection and Immunology Network
Director of AMPM Pharma
Superintendent pharmacist and pharmacy manager, Hayside Pharmacy
Clinical pharmacist, Primary Integrated Community Services
President, Interprofessional Education Society at Robert Gordon University
More about Women to Watch
Twelve women have been selected for The Pharmaceutical Journal’s Women to Watch 2020 list, which celebrates brilliant, under-recognised female pharmacy professionals who are accomplishing great things across the sector.
In March of this year we launched a nationwide search to find women in the pharmacy profession who were achieving great things and deserved greater recognition.
Well respected leaders within the pharmacy profession volunteered their time and expertise to assess nominations for The Pharmaceutical Journal’s Women to Watch 2020 initiative.