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Winners


YOUNG COMMUNITY PHARMACIST OF THE YEAR MADEEHA MALAK RAnDAlStoWn PHARMACIES ltD


If any more proof was needed that the future for pharmacy is bright, then one only needs to look at the work of the winner of this year’s Young Community Pharmacist of the Year Award, Madeeha Malak. In addition to her passion for community pharmacy, Madeeha also makes regular trips to france and greece as part of a medical team delivering medical emergency first aid to refugees.


She is also currently undertaking her Independent Prescribing (IP) course in conjunction with Dr Susan Sproule. Completing her IP will have a huge impact for Madeeha at both an individual and professional level, since she is eager to put her theory into practice quickly and, with the support of colleagues, start up a clinic.


the judges were highly impressed by the breadth and depth of Madeeha’s


outreach across numerous sectors, such as professional bodies, charities, schools and fairs.


‘given that this impressive level of achievement was accomplished in such a short period of time,’ they said, ‘the applicant is a deserving winner of this category.’


‘What drives me,’ says Madeeha, ‘is seeing the difference that


community pharmacy makes on the community in general and on patient safety in particular.’


‘Events such as this are really important in recognising young pharmacists,’ says Mandeep Mudhar from sponsor numark. ‘Young pharmacists are the future of the profession and I think it’s an honour that they are being recognised.’


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