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National Association of Women Pharmacists

  • NAWP requests nominations for upcoming elections

    Thu 23rd June 2022 The PDA

    Three positions are available: President, Vice-President and Honorary Secretary. Please see below for further details of the roles. 

  • NAWP produces factsheet to mark Fibromyalgia Awareness Month

    Mon 30th May 2022 The PDA

    May is Fibromyalgia Awareness Month and to raise awareness of this condition, the PDA NAWP Network has launched a factsheet. The month provides an opportunity to reflect on how people suffering from this chronic condition can be better supported.  

  • NAWP uses IWD to promote gender-equality in the workplace

    Sat 26th March 2022 The PDA

    To mark International Women’s Day (IWD) 2022, the National Association of Women Pharmacists (NAWP) hosted an online event on Wednesday 9 March to #BreakTheBias and promote a gender-equal pharmacy workplace. 

  • NAWP welcomes Boots’ announcement that it will pay for team members’ HRT prescriptions

    Wed 23rd March 2022 The PDA

    The National Association of Women Pharmacists (NAWP) has welcomed an announcement of additional support from Boots for employees requiring Hormone Replacement Treatment (HRT).  

  • NAWP produces factsheet to mark Endometriosis Awareness Month 2022

    Mon 7th March 2022 The PDA

    This International Women’s Day, NAWP has launched a factsheet to raise awareness of Endometriosis - a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes. 

  • NAWP Newsletter – February 2022

    Thu 17th February 2022 The PDA

    Welcome to the latest issue of the NAWP newsletter - the quarterly mailing that keeps you up-to-date on news, events and issues that relate to women in pharmacy. 

  • PDA attends ACAS menopause briefings  

    Thu 17th February 2022 The PDA

    PDA Legal Advisor, Ruth Williams, attended a series of briefings around the menopause during Autumn 2021. Below, Ruth provides key information from the briefings for members. 

  • Let’s start a new period!

    Thu 17th February 2022 The PDA

    In our latest Member Voice article, NAWP Network Committee Member and Community/GP Pharmacist, Ayah Abbass, shares her experience of being on her menstrual cycle at work, and what can be done to help female healthcare professionals feel supported and empowered.  

  • 16 days of Action Against Domestic Violence

    Thu 25th November 2021 The PDA

    Today marks the start of the '16 days of Action Against Domestic Violence' campaign which supports employers to take action against domestic abuse and violence. All employers have a legal obligation to assess risk and take action against domestic violence for the health, safety and wellbeing of employees. 

  • NAWP marks National Equal Pay Day 2021

    Thu 18th November 2021 The PDA

    Thursday 18 November 2021 marks National Equal Pay Day in the UK. This is the day women on average stop earning money until the end of the year compared to men, due to the gender pay gap. 

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