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Lord Kirkwood of Kirkhope has been appointed as independent Chair of the GPhC’s Continuing Fitness to Practise Advisory Group.
Commenting on HEFCE’s announcement about student numbers and HEE’s statement about the reform of pharmacist education and training in England, Duncan Rudkin said:
Along with other regulators of healthcare professionals, the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has signed a joint statement on openness and honesty - the professional duty of candour.
In his Pharmacy Show keynote speech, Nigel Clarke, Chair of the General Pharmaceutical Council, announced a review of the GPhC’s Conduct, Ethics and Performance Standards.
Responding to concerns raised about provisions within the Community Pharmacy Funding Settlement for 2014/15 for enhanced reporting requirements of safety incidents, Duncan Rudkin, Chief Executive of the GPhC, said:
Update: all phone lines have resumed normal service. We apologise that the GPhC is experiencing intermittent problems with our telephone lines today the 25 September. If your enquiry is urgent please e-mail info@pharmacyregulation.org.
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has launched a consultation on its draft guidance for registered pharmacies providing internet and distance sale, supply or service provision.
The CPDOnline site, www.uptodate.org.uk will be unavailable on Tuesday 16 September due to a scheduled database upgrade. We advise all users to make sure they have logged out of their account before 9am on the 16th of September to avoid loss of data. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
Duncan Rudkin Chief Executive of the GPhC speaks to Radio 4 program painful medicine about how to be safe when buying medicine online.
There is planned site maintenance taking place on Monday the 8 September as a result of the GPhC's recent office move. As a result myGPhCpharmacy will be unable from from 12 to 1pm and MyGPhC from 2 to 3pm. During these times both websites may not not be available and a holding page will be in place. During the maintenance period anyone logged in will be logged out automatically. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

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