PDA encourage pharmacists to watch and share “ACTNow” wellbeing videos

Following the launch of the ACTNow campaign which focuses on the importance of mental health awareness and wellbeing and encourages positive action, the PDA is calling on pharmacists to help support the campaign by watching the below informative videos and sharing them with colleagues.

Thu 28th May 2020 The PDA

The ACTNow campaign was launched last week (in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Week) by Pharmacist Support – the profession’s charity.

ACTNow hopes to support  those working and studying in the pharmacy profession to prioritise their own mental health and wellbeing, and to check in on their colleagues.

The PDA is proud to sponsor the campaign which will run until the end of August.

Pharmacists ACTNow

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Pharmacy Students ACTNow

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Pharmacist Support is encouraging those across the profession to make a commitment to prioritise their wellbeing and get behind the campaign. To pledge support and ACTNow visit: www.WellbeingHub.PharmacistSupport.org

Since 2017, the PDA has donated £1 for each member, each year, to Pharmacist Support. Read more about the charity partnership between the PDA and Pharmacist Support.

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