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International Campaigns

Here are some of the recent international campaigns that the PDA has been involved in.

  • A forthcoming documentary exposes the reality of US pharmacy: “Would You Like Shots with That?”

    Wed 13th July 2022 The PDA

    The PDA is supporting pharmacists in the United States to crowdfund the production of a documentary about the Fast-Foodification of Pharmacy in the US. The film will expose the reality of the crisis happening behind what they call the “retail pharmacy” counter. 

  • #PizzaIsNotWorking

    Thu 16th June 2022 PDA Union

    There are shared issues faced by pharmacists working for larger employers around the world. By working internationally, the PDA can learn about such topics and work collectively to improve the situation. 

  • International Equal Pay Day 2021

    Sat 18th September 2021 The PDA

    This 18th September, International Equal Pay Day is celebrated for the first time to mark the enduring efforts towards the achievement of equal pay for work of equal value worldwide. This special day builds on the United Nations commitment to human rights, which includes their pledge to stand against all forms of discrimination.  

  • Happy International Non-Binary People’s Day!

    Wed 14th July 2021 The PDA

    In our latest member voice article, Vice-President of the LGBT+ Network and clinical pharmacist, Lauren Keatley-Hayes (she/they), discusses the history of non-binary people and the importance of respecting people’s pronouns in the workplace.  

  • PDA support the global #Pharmacyheroes campaign

    Mon 4th May 2020 The PDA

    As a leading member of the Employed Pharmacists of the European Union (EPhEU), the PDA is pleased to support the international campaign to raise the profile of pharmacists fighting against the spread of COVID-19.    

  • International Women’s Day (IWD) 2020 – a guest blog by one of our PDA Union Reps

    Mon 27th April 2020 The PDA

    Read the latest NAWP guest blog. Daniela Rusalim, PDA Union Representative, East of England Region, shares her experience of the International Womens Day event hosted by NAWP 

  • PDA National Conference brings together renowned national and international speakers to help shape the future of pharmacy

    Tue 22nd January 2019 The PDA

    The PDA has announced the dates of their National Conference, titled “Moving from Supply to Services: Managing the risks; Embracing the Opportunities’, which takes place at the Park Regis Hotel in Birmingham on 30th and 31st March 2019.  

  • Comparing community pharmacy practice to the Scandinavian model; a flawed approach

    Mon 22nd October 2018 The PDA

    A study commissioned by the Department of Health looked at how skill mix in community pharmacy operated in Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden.  

  • International Workers Memorial Day

    Thu 20th April 2017 The PDA

    Workers' Memorial Day is held annually and is a global call to workers in every profession and industry to “remember the dead, but fight for the living”.  

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