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Introducing your RPS local coordinators in Scotland

Introducing your RPS local coordinators in Scotland

We have today hosted our first RPS local coordinators’ team building day, aimed at bringing the team together to start coordinating the events for the coming year.

Jill Cruickshank, an RPS member and an independent Coaching and Development Consultant, facilitated the activities throughout the day. RPS local coordinators in Scotland have also taken part in a social media workshop and interactive sessions outlining their vision for the future of the RPS local engagement model.

Your RPS local coordinators in Scotland are:

Andrew Carruthers (Glasgow & Clyde)

Craig Notman (Fife)

Fiona McElrea (Dumfries & Galloway)

Giovanna DiTano (Lothian)

Ian Duncan (Tayside)

Lesley McArthur (Forth Valley)

Lola Dabiri (Grampian)

Lynne Thompson (Ayrshire & Arran)

All RPS local coordinators will meet again on 30 September to coordinate the events for the coming year. Please make sure to join the Scottish Pharmacy Group to get notification of events once they are published.

There are still RPS Local coordinator roles vacant in the Borders and the Highlands. Members interested in applying for these roles may contact [email protected].

More information on local engagement in Scotland, England and Wales is available on the Pharmaceutical Journal.

In photo: Standing from the left are Annamarie McGregor, Practice Development Lead, Andrew Carruthers (Glasgow & Clyde), Lesley McArthur (Forth Valley), Giovanna DiTano (Lothian), Lynne Thompson (Ayrshire & Arran) and Ian Duncan (Tayside)

Sitting from the left: Lola Dabiri (Grampian), Craig Notman (Fife) and Fiona McElrea (Dumfries & Galloway)

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