Jonathan Burton has worked in community pharmacy all his professional life. He founded and remains co-owner of The Right Medicine Pharmacy in Scotland. He has championed community pharmacy over the years and has applied his independent pharmacist prescribing qualification specifically in community pharmacy.
He has been a Royal Pharmaceutical Society board member in Scotland for the last number of years. Last year, after a break he returned to the Scottish Board and was this year elected Chair of the Scottish Pharmacy Board.
We were really delighted that he agreed to take some time out and chat with us on the podcast about all things pharmacy and particularly what his plans are as Chair of the Scottish Board.
- Who is running pharmacy?
- What is the relevance of pharmaceutical care and professionalism in pharmacy today?
- How important is technology in the delivery of pharmaceutical care?
- Why are many smaller professional support groups doing so well at the moment?
- How important is the publishing arm of the RPS to the organisation?
- The RPS is very active overseas. How do you think this is perceived amongst members in the UK?
- Should Pharmacy Technicians be members of the RPS?
- What has happened to the RPS faculty?
- Is the RPS faculty value for money?
- How do you think the RPS is perceived?
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