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Women pharmacists’ body NAWP is now part of the PDA


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The National Association of Women Pharmacists (NAWP) has started working as a semi-autonomous network within the Pharmacists Defence Association (PDA).

Since January 1, 2020, the membership for women pharmacists’ body is available through the PDA website and it is open to both PDA and non-PDA members.

NAWP annual general meeting on April 30, 2019 has decided to dissolve the association at the end of the year, but in October PDA came to the rescue of the 114-year-old body.

Non-PDA members have the option to join NAWP at £30 per year, while PDA members and retired members can join the network for £10 per year and £20 per year respectively.

The PDA is also planning to offer NAWP membership as a free option for PDA student members.


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