What is the Wardley Wellbeing Hub?

The Wardley Wellbeing Hub is the central area for the ACTNow campaign.

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The Pharmacists’ Defence Association is the only independent trade union exclusively for pharmacists and the largest organisation of pharmacists in the UK, with over 31,000 members. We exist to help pharmacists and are an organisation that is run for pharmacists for the benefit of pharmacists.

The PDA is the only organisation solely looking after the interests of the individual hospital, community, primary care and locum pharmacist in an increasingly difficult and employer dominated environment. We support their careers, defend their reputations and represent their interests individually and collectively across all four nations.

From international campaigning, to individual representation in the workplace, courts or regulatory panels we can help our members resolve a range of workplace, legal and practice issues, removing that could otherwise damage their wellbeing. We recognise that pharmacist also need other forms of support and are pleased to support the services that the charity provide.

“The PDA and our members donate more than £30,000 per year to Pharmacist Support to help fund activities that support pharmacists when they need it and that are complimentary to the support and services that the PDA provide to the profession. We are delighted to be able to help the charity to help pharmacists improve and maintain their wellbeing.”

– Paul Day, Director of the PDA

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