Babir is an author, Weldricks Pre-reg and Pharmacy Student Lead and Weldricks Teacher Practitioner, at the University of Bradford. He is also Green Light Campus Pre-Reg Support Lead, Charity Ambassador for Pharmacist Support, as well as a tutor on the Royal Pharmaceutical Society Pre-registration Conferences. Babir also currently practices as a relief pharmacist for Weldricks Pharmacy. In June 2016, the pharmacy that he co-managed at the time was awarded the Chemist and Druggist Medicines Optimisation Award for their innovative Local Pharmaceutical Service Intervention Service. He is now a Chemist and Druggist Clinical Advisory Board Member As a Teacher Practitioner, his role includes being Respiratory Lead for the Clinical Pharmacy Community Diploma. Furthermore, Babir undertook a 10 week secondment as a Clinical Commissioning Group Pharmacist early in 2016 in North Lincolnshire. He is also an OnTrack question writer and reviewer and is on the Medicines, Ethics and Practice Advisory Group. Do you have any questions about Pre-reg? Then ask Babir! Question: I'm not getting as much study time as my friend. What shall I do? Answer: The GPhC unfortunately have not mandated a minimum amount of study time that pre-reg pharmacists should get. The best advice would be to have a discussion with your tutor and see if you can negotiate. Some of your peers may not be getting any study time at all. Be clear about why you need extra study time and how it is going to benefit you. Above all, be realistic.