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WINNERS


PHARMACIST OF THE FUTURE


Professor Donald Cairns, Robert Gordon University, Charlotte Rigden, Robert Gordon University and Professor Robin Plevin, University of Strathclyde


CHARLOTTE RIGDEN, ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY


Charlotte Rigden has certainly made the most of her time at Robert Gordon University! In addition to her studies Charlotte has completed a wide range of projects including a patient safety initiative for Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and three data evaluation projects for NES Scotland. Charlotte’s true community spirit also led her to establish the Harry Potter Society, which sees her visit local primary schools to encourage young


children to read. A true inspiration!


‘This nominee,’ said the judges, ‘has used her determination and passion to develop herself and others and prioritised patient safety above all else. An excellent candidate.’


Needless to say, Charlotte was delighted with her award!


‘I’ve had the best four years at RGU,’ she told SP, ‘and this really brings my


time there to a very happy ending. I’m looking forward to my future in pharmacy but at the moment I’m totally overwhelmed.’


‘I think these awards are very important,’ said Professor Robin Plevin from the University of Strathclyde, ‘because of the unsung role that pharmacists play in many people’s daily lives throughout Scotland.’


‘We know that pharmacists up and down the country are doing a fantastic job every day,’ added Professor Donald Cairns from Robert Gordon University, ‘but it’s nice for the pharmacists to have the professional recognition.’


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