CPC chooses Pharmacist Support as the nominated charity for the fourth year!

Read all about our evolving partnership with the CPC, and how to connect with us at the event in May.

Why we partner with the Clinical Pharmacy Congress 

We’re pleased to announce our continued partnership with the Clinical Pharmacy Congress. For the fourth year running, the team at CPC has chosen us to be their nominated charity, recognising the importance of championing the profession’s charity and helping us to raise awareness of how we support our pharmacy family.  

The CPC supports our work by offering us space and time at both CPC London and CPC North to raise awareness of our free and confidential support services. The congress also supports our much-needed fundraising drive by donating £1 per UK-registered pharmacist that attends the events to Pharmacist Support. All funds raised go directly towards supporting our pharmacy family through our vital support services.  

Danielle Hunt, our Chief Executive, says of the partnership: “We’re delighted to resume our valuable partnership with the Clinical Pharmacy Congress who share a joint aim of supporting our pharmacy family. Their ongoing commitment to championing our work is crucial to ensuring that individuals and organisations across the profession are aware of Pharmacist Support and the free and independent support services we offer.” 

Laura Shapiro, Portfolio Director at the Clinical Pharmacy Congress says: “Partnering with Pharmacist Support means working with a charity that provides invaluable help and support to the sector and we are grateful for everything they do. We are excited to raise awareness and funds to support Pharmacist Support and share their incredible work.” 

Where you’ll find us at CPC London

Our stand: come and chat to us about how we can support you and your pharmacy team’s wellbeing at stand C15 in the exhibition hall.    

Theatre session: Thriving Beyond Burnout – Nurturing a Healthier Pharmacy Culture 

Friday 10th May, 10.30 – 11.00, Strategy & Policy Theatre  

In this session, we share insights gathered from the charity’s latest workforce wellbeing survey and roundtable with the RPS and share key updates and actionable strategies to address prevalent issues such as burnout and mental health.  

Theatre session: Pharmacists in primary care speak out – your GPP will see you now 

Friday 10th May, 14.15 – 15.00, Integrated Care Theatre 

Join our Wellbeing Development Manager, Melissa Cochrane, and representatives from the Guild of Healthcare Pharmacists and the Primary Care Pharmacy Association to discuss what needs to be done and how to positively influence change for the sector.    

Theatre session: Fireside chat on mental health in the pharmacy profession 

Saturday 11th May, 14.15 – 15.15, Keynote Theatre 

Join our Wellbeing Service Delivery Officer, Riven Seamarks, and other key speakers across the sector for an in-depth chat about mental health in the pharmacy profession.  

How to attend CPC London 

We look forward to seeing you all at the Clinical Pharmacy Congress in London on 10 – 11 May for their two-day event packed full of keynote speakers, sessions, training and networking opportunities. The standard entry cost for a delegate to attend the congress is £599 + VAT. However, Pharmacist Support has been granted a limited number of free bursary places for our pharmacy family which will allow access for free!* Simply click the button below to register.  

Register for your free place at CPC London


*free places are only available for registered healthcare professionals working in a public or private healthcare setting. To find out if you qualify for a free pass, visit this link.