Talks and Debates

Counter Culture: Reimagining Community Pharmacy

03 June 2024

17:30 -20:00

Counter Culture: Reimagining Community Pharmacy, a creative dialogue at the Bromley by Bow Centre , where architects, pharmacists, researchers, and diverse creative communities collaborate to envision the future of inclusive and people-centred pharmacy spaces.

Embark on a journey of imagination with the Architecture of Pharmacies project, as we envision the pharmacy of the future together. Join us for an interactive creative dialogue led by researchers Dr Ranjita Dhital and Joseph Cook from University College London, as we explore innovative ways to design community pharmacy health spaces.

At ‘Counter Culture: Reimagining Community Pharmacy,’ expect insights from: architect Eleanor Borough (Public Practice); James Wood (Community Pharmacy England); Green Light Pharmacy; Heatherwick Studio; Catherine Walker (Royal Pharmaceutical Society Museum); and creative activities from Prof. Kate Allen (UEL), Samantha Walker (purpleSTARS) and Eloise Martin (UCL). We will close the evening with some refreshments and time to mingle!

Join us at the Bromley by Bow Centre in East London on 3rd June 2024 at 6-8pm, for an engaging evening that aims to embed health architecture thinking into pharmacy. Doors open 5.30pm. This event is centred around our Architecture of Pharmacies exhibition, located in the same venue, and open to the public from 29th May – 7th June (11am to 5pm weekdays).

Image: Joseph Cook, University College London

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The Bromley by Bow Centre

St Leonards Street,
E3 3BT

Bromley by Bow Centre St Leonard’s Street, London, E3 3BT. Welcome hub: T: 020 8709 9700. Drop-in 9am-5pm Monday-Friday. The Bromley by Bow Centre is a five-minute walk from Bromley by Bow Tube Station and ten minutes from Devon’s Road DLR Station and Bow Church DLR Station. You can visit us using local bus services; both the D8 and 488 stop outside the Centre on St Leonard’s Street. To find local buses and bus stops click here

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Architecture of Pharmacies Study, University College London



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Accessible toilet
Baby Changing Facility
Gender Neutral Toilet
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