Sunderland Pharmacy Centenary events

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30th September 2021 - watch event recording now

An evening with Briony Hudson and Professor Malcolm Hooper

A presentation with independent pharmacy historian and curator Briony Hudson and Emeritus Professor Malcolm Hooper. Briony is the author of the Sunderland Pharmacy Centenary brochure and Professor Hooper trained as a Pharmacist but spent most of his career teaching and researching at the University of Sunderland. In the event they talk about the history of Pharmacy over the years.

17th June 2021 12pm (BST time) - Watch event recording now

Sunderland Global Pharmacists Network

An afternoon of guest speakers, networking and discussion by successful University alumni Kam Mo Lam, Dr Matthew Crum and Mena Guirguis. 

25th February 2021, 6.30pm - Watch event recording now

An Evening with Andrew Lane

On 25th of February we held the first of our Centenary events, with special guest - Andrew Lane, chair of the National Pharmacy Association. Andrew discussed the challenges and opportunities for Community Pharmacy throughout 2021 and beyond. We also had a Q&A session at the end.

1st October 2021 - watch event recording now

Pharmacy exhibition at Beamish

Enjoy a virtual tour around a typical Edwardian chemist business with dispensary and aerated water sections. Some pieces from the display were donated by the School of Pharmacy at Sunderland.

8th March 2021 - Watch event recording now

International Women's Day - Hope Winch

Dr Yitka Graham, Head of Helen McArdle Nursing and Care Residential Institute and Associate Professor for Health Services Research, delivers a presentation on International Women's Day 2021 about Women Leaders in Health for Sunderland. She talks about Hope Constance Monica Winch who set up the Sunderland Pharmacy department in 1921.

11th March 2021 6.30pm - Watch event recording now

Community Pharmacy in the Real World

In this event we welcomed Pharmacy graduates Sami Hanna, Louise Lydon and Tony Schofield who talked around the topic of Community Pharmacy. 

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