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Our annual report highlights how we have built on our commitment to efficiency and effectiveness, improved service and improved outcomes for patients.

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We have released a report that examines the performance of Black-African candidates in the Registration Assessment in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

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Updates

Duncan Rudkin at the Pharmacy Show

26 September 2016
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GPhC chief executive Duncan Rudkin spoke at the Pharmacy Show this week on key developments in pharmacy regulation.

We are launching a consultation on continuing professional development

19 September 2016
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GPhC launches consultation on continuing professional development

GPhC welcomes positive performance review from the PSA

14 September 2016
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The GPhC today welcomed the performance review published by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA), which found that the GPhC has met all of the PSA’s Standards for Good Regulation, including for guidance and standards; education and training; registration; and fitness to practise.

Nigel Clarke outlines GPhC work to develop the pharmacy workforce

5 September 2016
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During a session entitled, ‘How do we develop the workforce to deliver models of care?’ Nigel acknowledged the changes taking place in pharmacy and the need for the GPhC and the sector as a whole to play a part in ensuring pharmacy professionals are ready to meet needs of patients and the public now and in the future.

New guide to help people raising a concern about education and training

10 August 2016
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The GPhC has updated the process for raising a concern about education and training to make it simpler and easier.

June 2016 registration assessment results

29 July 2016
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We are pleased to announce the names of the 2672 pre-registration trainee pharmacists who passed their registration assessment in June.