C+D Events on demand: Racism in pharmacy - what's changed and what's next?

On July 15, 2021, C+D brought six representatives together for a webinar to discuss whether pharmacy professionals' experience of racism has changed over the past 12 months.

The webinar was chaired by C+D's clinical and custom content editor Naimah Callachand.

She was joined by:

Amandeep DollHead of professional belonging and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS)
Elsy Gomez Campos – Founder and president UK Black Pharmacist Association (UKBPA) 
Noel Kizere Clinical pharmacist at an NHS trust and Pharmacists' Defence Association (PDA) representative
Mahendra Patel – Pharmacy and ethnic minority communities research lead for the Principle Trial, University of Oxford
Janice Perkins  Chair of the Community Pharmacy Patient Safety Group (CPPSG)
Roisin O'Hare Lead teacher practitioner pharmacist, Northern Ireland Universities Network
During the webinar, the panel delved into some of the stats from the most recent C+D survey into racism in pharmacy and questioned the impact racism is having on recruitment, retention and career progression across the profession.
The panel also stressed the need for greater education around racial inequality, especially microaggressions, to help people call it out when they see or hear it happening.
Watch the webinar in full and join the discussion in the 'Racism in pharmacy' room.

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