New for 2015
New for 2015
- Technology Hub – practical tips for your pharmacy NOW!
- Pharmaceutical Care Skills – with MUR Workshops delivered by Bayer
- Expanded Local Pharmacy Innovation Theatre
- Promoting Wellness in the expanded Public Health & Wellbeing Forum
- Selfcare OTC with RB for Health
Record numbers attend Pharmacy Show 2015
This year’s Pharmacy Show was a resounding success as thousands of pharmacy professionals flocked to the NEC over the 18th & 19th October benefitting from the reinvigorated conference content and the biggest ever exhibition floor.
Pharmacies are at the heart of communities across the UK. Wherever they are, as well as being the trusted suppliers of medicines and health advice, they are playing a vital role in delivering patient care and the atmosphere across the two days reflect that fact that this is pharmacy’s time to shine.
This show is a nationally recognised platform and is great for sharing knowledge - we’ve had phenomenal interest in our work. The whole show is absolutely superb. There’s such a variety of exhibitors from equipment and products to IT. It’s a wonderful event. I’ve loved it.
Hazel Smith, Primary Care Development Lead, NHS Cumbria Clinical Commissioning Group
The Local Pharmacy Innovation Theatre has been fantastic – allowing pharmacists a platform to share best practice has worked so well. And the networking opportunities are just great. This is such a valuable event. Thumbs up to Closerstill.
Alastair Buxton, Director of NHS Services, Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee
Community pharmacists need to get out and speak to others if they want to make their jobs easier and this show is brilliant for networking. There are some really good exhibitors on the show floor, which is very useful. You need to be able to know what you are buying and compare products and services, and you can do all of that here.
Priya Patel, Pharmacist
This year’s education programme welcomed three new streams: the Technology Hub, where delegates shared ‘know-how’ and ‘how-to’ advice on pharmacy technology including SCR and EPS systems; the new Pharmaceutical Care Skills Workshops where pharmacy teams benefited from anti-coagulation MUR training, blood pressure and inhaler technique workshops, plus inspirational training and learning from RBforhealth and education programmes in clinical, business and local innovation. See the full programme here.
The busy show floor hosted over 400 suppliers from dispensary equipment, specials suppliers, pharmaceuticals, unlicensed medicines, robotics, refrigeration and storage, OTC and retail products, training providers, commissioners plus a wealth of other service providers – there for the two days to support careers, businesses and ultimately, patients. Why not join them next year?
Interested in exhibiting?
The exhibition floor is already looking very busy with a 105% floor space resign over the two day show. Contact Esther Beal on 02476 719684 or Garry Tyson on 0207 348 4903 now to secure your space and discuss sponsorship and education opportunities.