NAWP

The National Association of Women Pharmacists (NAWP) is a network of the PDA.

  • Cervical Screening Awareness Week: 14 – 20 June 2021

    Tue 15th June 2021 The PDA

    To mark Cervical Screening Awareness Week, NAWP is taking the opportunity to highlight the importance of cervical screening to all pharmacists at the frontline of healthcare. NAWP also urges employers to support their staff members’ health and wellbeing against the backdrop of delays in screening. 

  • PDA and NAWP respond to the DHSC’s call for evidence on a strategy for women’s health

    Tue 8th June 2021 The PDA

    The PDA and NAWP (National Association of Women Pharmacists) have issued a joint response to the DHSC (Department of Health and Social Care)’s call for evidence to support the development of a Women’s Health Strategy in England.  

  • NAWP Newsletter – May 2021

    Tue 11th May 2021 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. 

  • Tribute to Professor Joy Wingfield: 1947 – 2021

    Thu 6th May 2021 The PDA

    Below is a tribute to Professor Joy Wingfield. Joy was a member of NAWP until her retirement a few years ago. This tribute has been written by Virginia Watson, NAWP Past President and Executive Committee Member.  

  • Tribute to Mary Gwillim-David: 1930 – 2021

    Thu 6th May 2021 The PDA

    Below is a tribute to Mary Gwillim-David (1930 - 2021). Mary was a member of NAWP for over 50 years and active on NAWP’s Executive Committee from 1989 - 2012. This tribute has been written by Hazel Baker, NAWP Past President and Executive Committee Member.  

  • Government calls for evidence to support a Women’s Health Strategy for England

    Fri 30th April 2021 The PDA

    The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) is seeking views to help inform the development of the government’s Women’s Health Strategy for England. The call for evidence looks to collect views on women's health and will run until 30 May 2021.  

  • NAWP ‘Women Leading in Pharmacy’ event hailed a great success

    Fri 19th March 2021 The PDA

    On Saturday 13 March, NAWP hosted an online event to mark International Women’s Day. The UN theme for 2021 was Women in Leadership: achieving an equal future in a Covid-19 world, so the event focused on Women Leading in Pharmacy. 

  • NAWP produces factsheet to mark Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

    Mon 15th March 2021 The PDA

    Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month takes place in the UK every March and is an opportunity to raise awareness of ovarian cancer. 

  • NAWP welcomes ‘Ask for ANI’ scheme at LloydsPharmacy

    Sat 13th March 2021 The PDA

    Earlier this year, the government launched the Ask for ANI (Action Needed Immediately) scheme in order to address the surge in domestic violence levels during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

  • NAWP calls on employers to publish gender pay gap reports

    Wed 24th February 2021 The PDA

    The National Association of Women Pharmacists (NAWP) says gender equality should continue to be treated as important and that there is no need for good employers to delay publishing their 2019/20 gender pay gap report until the new October enforcement deadline. 

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