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Boost your business at The Pharmacy Show 2023
Cegedim Healthcare Solutions

By Cegedim Healthcare Solutions
On Aug 23, 2023

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Boost your business at The Pharmacy Show 2023

The Pharmacy Show is back! In just a couple of months we’ll be returning to the NEC Birmingham,
providing community pharmacy professionals across the country with access to innovative products,
unmissable new content, and invaluable training & development opportunities. The event is once
again set to present helpful resources and invaluable insights for the betterment of your business,
and your professional development.

A no-brainer for business growth

There’s so much to see, hear and do at this year’s Pharmacy Show, and a plethora of reasons to get
involved that will benefit you and your business…

  • Collaborate – with thousands of colleagues and peers over two days
  • Try out – the latest products and solutions with over 300 cutting-edge suppliers
  • Learn – the latest tips and tricks for running a successful pharmacy
  • Be inspired – by the huge line up of expert speakers
  • Upskill – with expertise from over 150 live education seminars and talks

At the end of two jam-packed days, you will feel confident in having acquired the tools, techniques,
tips and tricks to help truly maximise your business growth.

Hot topics to tackle

The transformative nature of technology has been a significant topic making waves throughout the
pharmacy profession . We’ve seen the impact digitisation has had throughout Covid-19, when it
became a core part of company strategy for many. More recently, a report on the government’s
pharmacy policy commitments has identified a need to improve technology in the sector –
prompting further discussion on what needs to be done now and the possibilities that lie ahead.


Back in February NHS England reported that just under a billion prescription items were dispensed
electronically in the 2021-22 financial year, resulting in an array of benefits for pharmacy
professionals, patients and the environment. But, while incredible progress has been made, the
government have stated the target to eliminate paper prescribing by 2024 has been pushed back to
2025 – as the recovery from Covid-19 continues. In other tech-innovation news, digital tools are
being utilised to detect undiagnosed hypertension, with Community Pharmacy Surrey and Sussex
working with NHS Sussex to develop a pathway that will maximise the use of this service. And as the
trend of AI intensifies, advanced AI methods are being used to personalise patient care at the

Powerhouse products

From dispensing medication to point-of-sale, these are some of the technology-driven products and
services you can test, feel and discover at the show:

  • Automated dispensing
  • Dispensary & pharmacy equipment
  • EPOS and retail management solutions
  • Medical devices and monitoring equipment

Learn more about these products and more at the show from our diverse selection of industry
experts and suppliers, who’ll be there discussing the latest developments.

Noteworthy keynotes

Across nine theatres, The Pharmacy Show will feature over 200 must-see speakers covering the most
pressing national policy topics, important clinical updates, and must-know business intelligence.
You’ll leave these sessions with a wealth of new knowledge and practical takeaways you can bring
back to your place of work and implement immediately.

From our highly anticipated Keynote Theatre, where you’ll hear from NHS England and the
associations representing pharmacy in the UK; to our Business and Technology Theatres taking a
deep dive into various topics – here’s a taster of what to expect…

What Next? The Future of Community Pharmacy

  • Erutase (Tase) Oputu
    English Pharmacy Board Chair and RPS Assembly, Royal Pharmaceutical Society
  • Dr Leyla Hannbeck
    Chief Executive, Association of Independent Multiple Pharmacies
  • Alastair Buxton
    Director of NHS Services, Community Pharmacy England
    System Transformation - ICS Panel
  • Yousaf Ahmad
    Chief Pharmacist and Director of Medicines, NHS Frimley, Frimley Health and Care ICS
  • Raliat Onatade
    Chief Pharmacist, North East London Integrated Care System
  • Laura Angus
    Interim Chief Pharmacist, Humber, Coast and Vale Integrated Care System
  • Shabina Azmi
    ICB Chief Pharmacist, Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Integrated Care Board
    How your LPC can help you
  • Shilpa Shah
    CEO, North East London Local Pharmaceutical Committee
  • Ross Fraser
    Senior Healthcare Operations Manager, Superdrug


We’re excited to share more, so be sure to register to secure your spot and get the latest speaker

Register here

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