RPS Museum has a growing collection of oral history recordings where pharmacists past and present share their experiences in their own words.
You can listen to some of their stories here.
Marion Rawlings Career
Former President Marion Rawlings discusses her early life and career
Marion Rawlings Brief time in Pharmaceutical Industry
Former President Marion Rawlings outlines her career in Pharmaceutical Industry working on Penicillin
Jim Bannerman 1999 17 Bloomsbury Square
Former President Jim Bannerman explains the Pharmaceutical Society Headquarters at 17 Bloomsbury Square as they were in the 1970s
The Covid-19 pandemic brought changes to the working lives of pharmacists in all branches of the profession. From the start, early in 2020, many found themselves having to face unprecedented challenges both personally and professionally, as well as taking on new roles and responsibilities. But they stepped up, often developing new ways of working. Along with that came opportunities for collaborating with pharmacy colleagues and other professions for the benefit of their patients.
Here are some of their stories.
Maram Takriti discusses her university experience
Professor Mahendra Patel OBE
Professor Mahendra Patel outlines his work on the PRINCIPLE Trial.
Professor Mahendra Patel explains his work on the PANORAMIC Trial.
Tim Root talks about his experience of the vaccine roll out.
For more information about the oral history collection, and how to access it, please get in touch.