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Beth is currently the head of professional development in the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. In this role, she is responsible for the development and ongoing delivery of the RPS Foundation and Faculty Programmes – post registration professional development programmes for pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists.
Previous to this she was interim head of Foundation and faculty when she was responsible for the development and ongoing delivery of the RPS Foundation and Faculty Programmes – post registration professional development programmes for pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists.
Between 2014 to 2016 she was the foundation programme manager where she led the development and implementation of the RPS Foundation Programme. This included the development of assessments, curricula, peer support networks, an accreditation programme to quality assure existing education and training aligned to the programme and resources for Foundation pharmacists and their tutors.
Previous to this she held a number of clinical pharmacy hospital roles in the UK and Australia including most notably Senior Clinical Pharmacist, Cardiac Services, The Heart Hospital.