This month, we are celebrating Black History Month with blogs, live events and profiles.
Now we are championing black pharmacists on our RPS Pharma Scene podcast.
This episode, RPS President Claire Anderson and RPS Head of Professional Belonging Aman Doll celebrate Black History Month by chatting with Tase Oputu and Adanna Anthony-Okeke, pharmacists at different stages in their careers, about what it means to be black in pharmacy - and what still needs to change.
Tase is the Lead Pharmacist for Medicines Commissioning and Pathways at Barts Health NHS Trust and is a member of the English Pharmacy Board.
And Adanna is a fifth year Pharmacy student at the University of Nottingham.
Both have been championing black pharmacists in the workplace and in education in Great Britain and beyond. Find out what they have been doing in this week's instalment of the RPS Pharma Scene podcast.
Listen to the RPS Pharma Scene podcast #5 on the website, Spotify and other platforms.