Bruce Warner

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Bruce Warner

Bruce Warner

Deputy Chief Pharmaceutical Officer, NHS England & NHS Improvment
Dr Bruce Warner works closely with the Chief Pharmaceutical Officer on the strategic and operational development of medicines policy for NHS England. Prior to this post, Bruce worked as Deputy Director of Patient Safety at the NPSA and in NHS England, where he led on the strategy for patient safety improvement and headed up the patient safety advice and guidance function. Mr Warner has worked in most sectors of pharmacy including community, hospital, academia and at a PCG/T. He is also a visiting Professor of Pharmacy Practice at the University of Huddersfield.
Sessions

In association with

POfizer

Supported by

  • AIM
  • General Pharmaceutical Council
  • NHS
  • NHS England
  • National Pharmacy Association - NPA
  • PCPA
  • PSNC
  • Bayer and Bayer
  • Pharmacists Defence Association
  • Cegedimix
  • Day Lewis

Education Partners

  • Day Lewis
  • ECG Training
  • Gama Healthcare
  • GSK
  • NPA
  • NHS
  • Omron
  • Parkinsons
  • PDA
  • PSNC
  • Rx Advisor
  • Real World Analytics
  • Royal Pharmaceutical Society
  • Scope Group
  • Soar Beyond
  • Velresco
  • Well Pharmacy
  • Solgar
  • Infirst
  • Invatech
  • Numark
  • AIM
  • Cegedim
  • JUUL Labs
  • Seqirus
  • BD
  • msd
  • CPPE
  • HEE
  • Centered Solutions

Sponsored by

  • National Pharmacy Association
  • GSK
  • NHS
  • NHS England
  • CPPE
  • Pfizer
  • Bollore
  • EMIS
  • C+D
  • Numark
  • RB
  • Alphega

Charity Partner

  • Arthritis Research
  • Pharmacist Support
  • Parkinsons
  • Pancreatuc Cancer Action

Official Media Partner


CIG

Official Publications

  • Pharmacy Magazine
  • Independent Community Pharmacist
  • Training Matters
  • P3
  • The Pharmacy Network

Digital Media Partner


C+D

Natural Education Partner

Natural Pharmacy Business

Media partners

  • Pharmacy Talk
  • Guidelines In Practice
  • Pharmacy In Focus
  • Pharmacy Mentor
  • Pharmacy Business
  • Scottish Pharmacist
  • Pharmdata