Network, network, network! Get to know the whole practice team -admin, GPs, nurses, podiatrist, district nurses, midwives, physiotherapist etc- all those that work in your practice. Build relationships with the other local teams. Go say hi to your local community pharmacists, if you don’t already know them you’re about to get to know them well! Seek out support networks – both local & national. I’d highly recommend PCPA for real-time support on a UK wide scale. If there’s nothing local, find a tribe of local practice pharmacists & create one – we did, GPPNI. General practice is a busy, fast-paced environment but there’s always someone to ask. Ask the question! Every day’s a school day in general practice. Never say ‘I’m only or just the pharmacist’ – you bring huge value & a different expertise & skill set which will enrich the MDT from day one. Remember your scope. Remain within it, but don’t be stifled by it, let it develop. It will widen exponentially in general practice, embrace the learning, seek & take opportunities & when you’re ready to widen your scope. Most importantly, enjoy it! It’s a fantastic, exciting & fast developing role for pharmacists.