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Dr Nijole Bernaitis MPS has spent almost three decades in pharmacy, in a career spanning hospital and community settings, ownership, accreditation and a PhD.
After a stint as a pharmacist in charge in rural Collie, WA, Sepehr Sharfizadeh MPS is now a locum, briefly, in Mackay, Queensland.
Margaret Sneddon Bickle AO FPS has been a role model for women in pharmacy since she joined PSA 70 years ago. Now 90, she remains a registered, non-practising pharmacist, because ‘it’s still important’.
By day, Mustafa Dhahir is a newly minted ECP at a community pharmacy in South Western Sydney. But to his 250,000 TikTok followers, he is ‘@pharmustafa’, a myth-busting influencer combating medical misinformation in style.
Four of PSA’s Intern Training Program leads share the highlights of their diverse careers, and what you can expect to encounter during this challenging and exciting year.
Over a combined 103 years, the joint recipients of this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award, Valerie Constable and the late John Ware, helped progress the pharmacy profession for the next generation. 
From producing the world’s first comprehensive guide to drugs in sport to supporting her community through bushfires, and now the pandemic, Linda Badewitz-Dodd MPS is always willing to step up to the challenge.
Just 3 years out of university, Maria Berbecaru MPS made history by implementing an Australian-first aged care pharmacy service. She hopes her experience will inspire others and help make embedding pharmacists in aged care the norm.
While most interns were focused on simply surviving their first year of practice during a pandemic, Erin Cooper MPS found time to give back to her peers.
For Lauren Haworth MPS, opening a pharmacy as a global pandemic hit was not great timing. But it was invaluable experience en route to her dream of owning a pharmacy by the age of 30.