RoE Awards: New Covid-19 category launched

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In light of the inspirational stories emerging as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, Training Matters (TM) has launched a new category for the Recognition of Excellence Awards 2020.

Covid-19 Hero will recognise an individual or team working in community pharmacy who have gone the extra mile to support customers, patients and each other during the Covid-19 pandemic, showing exceptional courage, resilience, creativity and unwavering support for their community during this challenging time.

The Recognition of Excellence Awards were due to take place on 30 June 2020, but have been postponed due to the current restrictions, the uncertainty of the next few months and the obvious need to keep guests safe. A new date will be confirmed in due course.

In the meantime, entries and nominations for the 12 categories remain open and the TM team is looking forward to hearing all the ways in which community pharmacy teams are triumphing over adversity and adapting to pharmacy life in lockdown.

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