Pharmacy Life

Taking training to the next level

By running health awareness campaigns off the back of the training modules she undertakes, Louise White can support her community’s health to the best of her ability.

A flair for retail

Simone Thyer admits that taking up a job in community pharmacy was pretty much a stab in the dark after she left school. Luckily, it was a risk that paid off.

A technician of many talents

Hannah Rewcastle is a woman of many talents, with search and rescue volunteer and police cadet leader on her CV alongside her work in pharmacy.

Helping others succeed

Myra Battle is making the most of her success in community pharmacy and using her experience to help others achieve new heights.

Top for teamwork

Paula Hindmarch’s passion for helping people meant that a switch from police officer to dispensing assistant was not as far-fetched as it may seem.

Catching up with an RoE winner

Former RoE Award winner Debbie Starr tells TM how her career has progressed since scooping highly commended in the Retail Skills category and walking away with the Infant Care Award.

A head for healthcare

Working her way up from pharmacy novice to head office via a whole host of other challenges, Jenna Whitehead proves the sky is the limit.

A true champion of health

Accuracy checking pharmacy technician Tyly Roberts uses her local knowledge and passion for healthy living to make a difference in her community in more ways than one.

The possibilities are endless

Oliver Jones proves that the skills of a pharmacy technician don’t have to be confined to the four walls of a pharmacy. In fact, his diverse job portfolio suggests that the possibilities are endless.

Outstanding community outreach

Crossmaglen Pharmacy in County Armagh is making a name for itself in the local area with a whole host of external events and pharmacy services aimed at helping the community keep in fine fettle.

Stepping up to the plate

Shahean Khatun’s pharmacy career has been varied and full of challenges but she’s certainly found her niche and is thriving in her latest role.

An indispensable team member

Kayleigh Rattray started to work at her local pharmacy at the tender age of 13. Six years on and an apprenticeship later, Kayleigh is an indispensable part of the team.

Opportunity knocks

After starting her career working in Sainsbury's in Hampshire, the opportunity arose for Helen Griffen to move to the store’s pharmacy. Now a dispensing assistant and team leader, she hasn’t looked back since.

From retail to RoE

For former RoE Awards finalist Richard Stephenson, being named Highly Commended in the 2014 Retail Skills category opened lots of doors and boosted his flourishing career.

All change

Well’s Highgate store has undergone significant changes recently, and Charley Young has been a part of every stage of the transformation.

An exceptional apprentice

An apprenticeship opportunity at LloydsPharmacy presented Lacey Garrett with the challenge she’d been looking for and she’s loving every minute.

Inspiring success

We caught up with former RoE Award winner Deepali Bij to find out where her career has taken her since she scooped the 2015 Counter Intelligence Award.

Making a difference in the community

While the basics remain the same, Sally Watson relishes the fact that every day in pharmacy brings fresh challenges and surprises.

Looking to the future

With a background in biochemistry, a passion for customer care and an eagerness to learn, Hollie Westwood is perfectly placed to help her customers improve their health

Making time for everyone

For MCA Valerie Davies, working at Potter Street Pharmacy in Harlow is all about being there to help others in their time of need.
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