Independent Consultant, Self Employed
Alison has had a unique and varied career which started in hospital pharmacy. However, most of her career has been dedicated to the commissioning and development of community pharmacy in England. Whilst working in the NHS she led on many high-profile national projects relating to community pharmacy; the most notable one being the introduction of the Community Pharmacy Seasonal Flu Vaccination Service. Alison is an Honorary Visiting Senior Fellow in Pharmacy Policy at the University of Bradford and serves as a member of the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences External Advisory Board. In addition to professional qualifications Alison has a MSc in Leadership and Management in Health and Social Care from the University of Leeds and a Foundation Degree in Pharmacy Services and Medicines Management from the University of Huddersfield. She has just enrolled as a PhD student back at the University of Huddersfield. Alison has been a finalist in both the Women in the City Future Leaders Award and similarly the Association of Pharmacy Technicians UK (APTUK) Leadership Award. Alison is a Fellow of APTUK. Alison’s most recent achievement is being the founder of Pharmacy Technicians International.
15-Oct-2023Keynote TheatreWhat next? The future of community pharmacy
16-Oct-2023Pharmacy Technician TheatrePanel Discussion: Pharmacy Technicians – The Researchers