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The GPhC has launched a consultation on new guidance for the investigating committee to use when deciding what outcome is appropriate in a fitness to practise case. Good decision making: investigating committee meetings and outcomes guidance explains the role of the investigating committee and how it decides whether a case should be considered by the fitness to practise committee.
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has published its annual report for 2014-15, covering its fourth full year in operation.
Commenting on the announcement by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) and NHS England that pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in community pharmacies in England will be given greater access to patient records, Duncan Rudkin, Chief Executive of the General Pharmaceutical Council said...
Useful information for pre-registration students undertaking the registration assessment this week.
The GPhC has commented on the launch of the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency’s (MHRA) new mandatory logo for selling medicines online.
We have launched a debate on how the education and training of the pharmacy team needs to change to address future challenges.
The GPhC’s governing council has agreed to increase registration renewal fees for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy premises from 15 October 2015. This follows an extended period where fees for individual registrants were either reduced or remained the same.
The General Pharmaceutical Council has published new guidance to help the Fitness to Practise Committee decide what sanction is appropriate in particular cases.
If you wish to enter this year’s pharmacist pre-registration training scheme and are planning to sit the registration assessment in June 2016 you will need to submit your training placement application to us to arrive by Friday 5 June 2015
The GPhC has published on its website the pass rate for the June sittings of the registration assessment for each school of pharmacy since it became responsible for the exam.

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