Celebrating BAME contribution to Pharmacy

Thursday, 17 October 2019 

Royal Pharmaceutical Society, 66-66 East Smithfield, London E1W 1AW


Event Overview

As part of our ongoing work around Inclusion and Diversity, and to coincide with Black History Month 2019, we’re pleased to be hosting, for the first time, an event celebrating the contributions and achievements people from the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community have made to pharmacy and the wider health and social care system.

We have a diverse group of speakers on the day who will be sharing their experiences and providing insight into some of the fantastic work they have been involved in to help support members of the BAME community. 

You’ll have the opportunity to speak to senior leaders about their work and reflect upon how this affects you, your role and your organisation.  We’ll focus on the work being done right now to support future pharmacists, how pharmacy professionals can support people from the BAME community with their health needs and what we can learn from other professions who are already on their journey.

As this is our first ever event in this topic and we want to make it as accessible as possible, this event is free to attend for members and non-members.  

*Black History Walks organise walks, talks, bus tours, river cruises and films on black history all year long. Check out their website here