The charity has launched its 2022 Impact Report that highlights significant increases in demand for its counselling support and financial assistance as well as increased engagement in its wellbeing campaign activities.
Our now well established weeklong campaign will focus on topics ranging from getting mentally prepared for the assessment, practical assessment support and becoming a fully-qualified pharmacist, through to stories from former trainees who have come through their own struggles.
The state of mental health and wellbeing in pharmacy is a huge concern, with the risk of burnout of those working within the profession remaining worryingly high, the latest survey findings reveal.
... and will focus on breaking the silence of mental health and wellbeing, transforming workplace culture, developing the pharmacy team, and prioritising individual wellbeing.
Despite the challenging circumstances, 2021 proved to be one of exciting new developments and great impact for the profession’s charity.
From May 25th -June 1st Pharmacist Support will be running its trainee ACTNow wellbeing campaign.
This April, which marks the 20th anniversary of Stress Awareness Month, Pharmacist Support kicks off its 2022 wellbeing focused activities with the launch of its now annual Student ACTNow Campaign.
Pharmacist Support is delighted to welcome five new Trustees to its board - David Downham, Karen Harrowing, Mohammed Hussain, Mala Khiroya, and Alison Scowcroft.
Following the success of their first major wellbeing campaign ACTNow – launched in response to pressures brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic – Pharmacist Support as committed to running the campaign once again.