Jessica Chapman-Goetz

Jessica Chapman-Goetz


The same day Jessica Chapman-Goetz became a registered pharmacist in late 2015 she received a diagnosis of breast cancer….

Her insights from the lens of a newly registered pharmacist and patient clearly highlighted numerous areas where pharmacy could provide supportive oncology care and contribute to improved quality of life, if only we felt confident to connect.

Although we may not see all the treatments our patients are on, particularly if its administered through specialist oncology services, the impact we can have on reducing the burden of adverse effects such as mucositis and our role in medication safety is critical and fills a growing need.

Hear from this inspirational woman on how community pharmacy can play a much more supportive role in patients undergoing chemotherapy.