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... patient and public perspective greatly assists the shaping and delivery of our NHS services, in both primary and secondary care." 

Sylvia Bailey is a member of Pharmacy Research UK’s Scientific Advisory Panel and is working as an adviser on the MEMORABLE project. PRUK spoke to her about what inspires her work and approach to PPI, and found out what she thinks needs to happen in pharmacy to improve patient care. Read her interview.

Sylvia Bailey has been a public contributor for the School since 2015, she reviews the School's funding applications and participates in SPCR PPI events.

Sylvia has been involved in Primary care and Community care for over 30 years, Sylvia is serving at Board Level and Community Council Level and training of 3rd year Medical Students via University of Birmingham.

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