World Pharmacists Day 2019

25 Sep 2019
Stefano Mirabello
Stefano Mirabello
Medical Writer

“It’s World Pharmacist Day today and as Superintendent Pharmacist here at Now Patient, it is an opportune time to celebrate the great and varied work of Pharmacists, here and across the world.

The theme for this year’s World Pharmacists Day is ‘Safe and effective medicines for all, which aims to promote pharmacists’ crucial role in safeguarding a patient’s safety through improving medicines use and reducing medication errors, something which we pride ourselves on here at Now Patient.

We may be a digital Pharmacy, but the service we offer, and deliver is comparable to a high-street Pharmacy and we are always happy to answer any questions you may have.”

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