We don’t make a habit of quoting religious leaders, but Pope John Paul II was on to something when he said that.
Those of us who have hung around the NHS for any length of time have seen a few changes. In fact, it is possible to have been in the same NHS job for 16 years and have had five employers. No sooner do we get the hang of one set of relationships than we have to make new ones, with all the disruption that is entailed. Whether this has served patients well is debatable.
As a result, NHS people tend to be sceptical about their ability to make a new and better future. The brave new tomorrow they hoped for never comes. But Pope John Paul had it right – the future starts this minute, if you want it to. Everything ahead of us is our future, and we either plan to shape it, or we just hope to ride it out – and look where that has got us.
The same applies to Pharmacy Management. We’re changing, and we’re changing fast. We decided to shape our own future with new people, a new look, a new structure and this new website. It’s designed to give you a good experience by reducing the torrent of e-mails and giving you your own virtual cubby-hole to keep your things. In its pages you’ll see Pharmacy Management’s future beginning to unfold. We hope you like it, and keep coming back.
Our future starts today.