Nadia Bukhari is a senior teaching fellow and pre-registration co-ordinator at UCL School of Pharmacy.
Preparing our future pharmacistsSubscription
The profession is undergoing uncertainty and change but this represents an opportunity for us to promote and embed new ways of working. For these new roles to be sustainable in the long term there needs to be access to high quality education and training for pharmacists at all stages of their careers. Having worked in academia for nearly 14 years, I understand the challenges associated with the alignment of the MPharm degree to current pharmacy practice. One of my current goals
Helping to develop our professionSubscription
Having worked in community, hospital and academia, I understand the challenges the pharmacy profession faces, but there is a great opportunity for us to develop new ways of working to further enhance the profession. Widespread engagement and understanding regarding the value of pharmacists is key and I have advocated the role of the pharmacist to the public via multiple media channels to raise awareness among the public that pharmacists are an essential part of patient care. I h
Nadia Bukhari, chairwoman of the SalvaDore pre-registration panel, and panel member Oksana Pyzik, both from UCL School of Pharmacy, describe the support that trainees can access through RPS events.
Recent blog posts
Nadia Bukhari summarises halal, haram, mushbooh and tayyib, and the factors healthcare professionals should consider when caring for Muslim patients who follow a halal diet.
Nadia Bukhari, clinical adviser, Ramadan Initiative Project, British Islamic Medical Association, explains about the association and the role it plays to educate healthcare professionals about serving the health needs of Muslims.
Nadia Bukhari, senior teaching fellow at the UCL School of Pharmacy, presented a show on health for the Islam Channel for the month of Ramadan.