Call the Pharmacist

Call the Pharmacist

Elizabeth Roddick

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Set in Glasgow, Elizabeth Roddick, an NHS award-winning pharmacist, gives a very personal account of her life in and out of her community pharmacy. Starting with her father’s struggle as a chemist in 1938, she details the rich, humorous and sometimes poignant stories of the interaction with her patients and customers. The development of pharmacy services over the 30 year period is illustrated as well as demonstrating her holistic approach to health within her pharmacy and in the public speaking arena.


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Elizabeth Roddick:
Elizabeth Roddick graduated from Strathclyde University in 1972 with a BSc (Hons) in Pharmacy and qualified as a pharmacist the following year. She has owned her own community pharmacy since 1982. In 1993 she was awarded the Schering Award for her pioneering work with GPs and in 1999 was given a Fellowship from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. The NHS award given to her by the Glasgow Community Council was for outstanding service to NHS patients in Glasgow in 2005. She has had various roles in the political/professional side of pharmacy and is currently Pharmacy Champion and Community Health Care Partnership committee member for East Renfrewshire, Glasgow. She works and manages her own pharmacy, New Life Pharmacy in Netherlee, Glasgow. She has a holistic approach to health and she feels her purpose in life is to help people feel better about their health. She is also a qualified life coach and NLP (neuro linguistic programming) practitioner. She lives with her husband Douglas, in south Glasgow. www.newlifehealthcare.co.uk Elizabeth Roddick graduated from Strathclyde University in 1972 with a BSc (Hons) in Pharmacy and qualified as a pharmacist the following year. She has owned her own community pharmacy since 1982. In 1993 she was awarded the Schering Award for her pioneering work with GPs and in 1999 was given a Fellowship from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. The NHS award given to her by the Glasgow Community Council was for outstanding service to NHS patients in Glasgow in 2005. She has had various roles in the political/professional side of pharmacy and is currently Pharmacy Champion and Community Health Care Partnership committee member for East Renfrewshire, Glasgow. She works and manages her own pharmacy, New Life Pharmacy in Netherlee, Glasgow. She has a holistic approach to health and she feels her purpose in life is to help people feel better about their health. She is also a qualified life coach and NLP (neuro linguistic programming) practitioner. She lives with her husband Douglas, in south Glasgow.

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