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About Nadia Bukhari

Nadia Bukhari BPharm, FHEA, FRPharmS, PG Dip Pharm Prac, PG Dip Teaching & Learning in Higher Education. Senior teaching Fellow in Pharmacy Practice, Pre-Registration Co-ordinator, UCL School of Pharmacy, London.

Nadia started her professional career as a community pharmacist as a pharmacy manager at Westbury Chemist in London. She then moved on to work for Bart’s and the London NHS Trust, London as a clinical pharmacist in surgery. It was at this time she began to have an interest in teaching, as part of her role involved the responsibility of being a teacher practitioner for the School of Pharmacy, University of London. Two and a half years later, she commenced working for the School of Pharmacy, University of London as the pre-registration co-ordinator and the academic facilitator. This position involved teaching therapeutics to Master of Pharmacy students and assisting the director of undergraduate studies. Whilst teaching undergraduate students, Nadia completed her Post Graduate Diploma in Pharmacy Practice and her Post Graduate Diploma in Teaching in Higher Education and is now a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She then took on the role of the Master of Pharmacy Programme Manager, which involved the management of the undergraduate degree as well as being the pre-registration coordinator for the university. Since the merger with UCL, she has now taken on the role as a Senior Teaching Fellow in pharmacy practice which involved her leading on the final year practice module. She has also recently taken on the exciting role of head of alumni relations for the school.


Nadia Bukhari was made Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (FRPharmS) for her distinction in the Profession of Pharmacy.
Fellowship is an honour which recognises those individuals who have attained distinction in their pharmacy career. As Fellowships are based on nominations from Members, they signify the esteem in which the individual is held by his or her peers.

Nadia is very well-known within the profession and is a role model for many students, newly qualified pharmacists and experienced pharmacists alike. She has experience in training in a practice setting where she guided many pre-reg pharmacists to success. This ignited her passion in the development, education and training of young pharmacists.

When she entered the world of academia, Nadia decided to expand her current role to include her being the pre-registration coordinator for the university. She wanted to help and give guidance to undergraduates on obtaining a pre-registration placement in the competitive market. This involved her training students on writing sound application forms, CVs and developing their interview skills. This gave birth to Nadia’s book ‘The pre-registration Interview’ published by the Pharmaceutical Press, which is used nationwide by all pharmacy undergraduates. During this time, Nadia was a question writer for the RPSGB examination, giving her insight to the assessment process of the pre-registration year. She did this for 4 years, before starting her own series ‘Tomorrow’s Pharmacist’ with the Pharmaceutical Press on the registration exam. Nadia has since published 7 titles with the Pharmaceutical Press. Pre-registration training had become a passion for Nadia. She got involved on a wider scale when she was approached by the RPS to start a training ‘crash’ course for pre-registration pharmacists. This course has been highly successful and a great achievement for Nadia.

Nadia has immersed herself with pre-registration pharmacists in every sense. From the application process, to the physical training, to the assessment process and finally collaborating with the professional body to support pre-registration pharmacists on a national scale. She leads by example and has encouraged many to push their personal boundaries beyond what it traditionally means to be a pharmacist. Through all of her activities and engagement on committees she has earned a well-known reputation as a leader within pre-registration training in the profession.
As an educator, she is connected to the voice of the youth. In this role, she has empowered pharmacists to build a better future for the profession. Nadia is extremely dedicated to her profession. She wants to make a difference in the world of pharmacy and by inspiring the future pharmacists and acting as an exceptional role model, she has been achieving just that.

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Nadia’s achievements have received an extremely positive response from the media. Below are some examples of media coverage for Nadia.

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Radio Appearances

Nadia was invited to BBC Asian Network for an interview regarding her achievements. The title of her interview was ‘Can Asian Women Have It All?’ She has also been invited to the the popular British South Asian radio station for an interview – Lyca Dilse Radio, which she will be doing in due course.


TV Appearances

Nadia has presented health shows for Islam channel (the UKs prominent Islamic channel), which were highly appreciated by the viewers. She wrote and researched all her content for the shows. Nadia has also been appeared on other TV Shows to promote the pharmacy profession.




Printed in Junior Doctors Magazine : Issue 25, August 2012


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Women Empowerment

Nadia has empowered women in many ways both nationally and internationally. Nadia is extremely dedicated to her profession and wants to make a difference in the world of pharmacy by inspiring future pharmacists and acting as an exceptional role model for all. In 2017, she was invited as a panel member for ‘Inspiring Women in Pharmacy’ on International Women’s day and was also invited as a speaker for Cardiff university on International Women’s Day. To mark International Women’s day, Nadia was in addition, featured as an inspiring woman in pharmacy by Pharmacist Support, the UK’s number one charity for the profession.

Widening Participation & Outreach

Promotion of the Profession

Nadia Bukhari is passionate about pharmacy and participates actively in promoting pharmacy as a career prospect at schools.Recently she has visited Acorn House Sixth Form College in Southall, London and Al Risalah School in Tooting. Nadia is devoted to promoting the profession. She has been involved in many community projects.  Her recent promotional video was for Refugee Action in Kingston. Kingston borough has had a recent influx of refugees which has lead to an increase in A & E admissions due to lack of understanding of the role of the pharmacist.

English Pharmacy Board Member

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society has three National Boards in England, Scotland and Wales which form the backbone of the Society. The National Boards lead the agenda at a national level, focusing on the issues that really matter to our members. They have responsibility for interpreting and developing policy as well as overseeing the delivery of member services locally.

Nadia Bukhari’s Election Statement :
“Having worked in community, hospital and academia I understand the challenges that the profession faces, but also feel there is a great opportunity for us to develop new ways of working to further enhance the profession. Widespread engagement and understanding regarding the value of pharmacists is key and I have advocated the role of the pharmacist to the public via multiple media channels to raise awareness amongst the public that pharmacists are an essential part of patient care. I have been working with schools to further promote the profession as a career choice. My role as an adviser for the Commonwealth Pharmacist Association has allowed promotion of the role of the pharmacist on a global level. I have been actively involved with the development of pre-registration pharmacists, and have authored books to help them through their education journey.

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