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The 21 candidates who are standing in the three national pharmacy board elections have just been announced.

In the 2016 National Pharmacy Board elections, there are five non-sectoral vacancies on the English Pharmacy Board, three non-sectoral places on the Scottish Pharmacy Board, and two community places, one vacancy for any eligible member, and one casual vacancy on the Welsh Pharmacy Board.

The candidates standing for the above vacancies are:

English Pharmacy Board Scottish Pharmacy Board Welsh Pharmacy Board
David Branford

Sharon ‘Sibby’ Buckle

Elizabeth Butterfield

David Carter

Mike Hannay

Michael Holden

Benjamin (Ben) Merriman

Carol Roberts

Sally Rose

Robert Severn

Tracey Thornley

Kathleen Cowle

Johnathan Laird

John McAnaw

Kim Munro

Deborah Stafford

Keith Davies
Any sectorJamie Hayes
Any sector

Ruth Mitchell
Community practice

Edwyn Parry
Community practice

Sudhir Sehrawat
Community practice

Voting in the national pharmacy board elections will open on 5th May. Full details about each of the candidates will be made available once voting opens.

You can put any questions you might have to 2016’s candidates using the dedicated threads on on the EnglishScottish and Welsh networks.

The electoral roll will also close on 14th April at 5pm. If you’ve not renewed your membership, or are not a member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society before this time, you won’t be able to vote in this year’s elections.

Source: www.rpharms.com

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