366 Stag Ln
London NW9 9AA
Don’t miss out on this great Oshwal Pharmacy Seminar!
Come and hear, discuss, share your experiences and network with fellow Pharmacist. There will also be great opportunity to speak to pharmacists about a career in Pharmacy.
There will be a session on what’s in the pipeline from a legislative / regulatory perspective as well as a session on the practical perspective from a practice point.
Jasmine Shah gained a number of years’ experience as a community pharmacist before joining the National Pharmacy Association (NPA) in 2006 as an Information Pharmacist. Since then, Jasmine has held various positions and is currently the Practice Pharmacist, part of the Pharmacy team, where she advises and supports on all types of pharmacy-related queries including those relating to clinical, NHS contractual, Controlled Drugs (CDs), medicines legislation, professional standards, and service development. Jasmine researches and analyses topical pharmacy issues, builds new service proposals, and tackles complex pharmacy-related queries. Jasmine will be speaking about decriminalisation of dispensing errors, revalidation and other forthcoming/potential changes.
Ronak Maroo studied at University Of Nottingham and has been qualified for four years. Ronak is currently working as a Pharmacy Manager in a community pharmacy in Bedford.
Whilst working as a Pharmacist, Ronak has taken a keen interest in the business side of community pharmacy, looking at ways to maintain/grow community pharmacy business despite NHS pressures. Ronak will be sharing his experience of this at the Seminar.
Kunal Maru studied Pharmacy at the University of Hertfordshire and Qualified as a pharmacist in July 2016. Kunal is crrently working as a Locum Pharmacist in different settings, community, online veterinary pharmacy and online pharmacy. Kunal will be available to provide advice for those seeking a career in Pharmacy or in the process of selecting subject to study for a career in Pharmacy.
Note: If you get a member rate ticket, you will need to show your OAUK membership card at the door otherwise you will be charged a non-member rate to enter.