Duncan Rudkin, the chief executive of the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC), emphasised that pharmacy owners must continue to make sure their pharmacies have enough staff, suitably qualified and skilled, for the safe and effective provision of the pharmacy services provided, even after the expected cuts to funding in community pharmacy come into effect.
Today we have released more data about the performance of candidates in the June 2016 registration assessment
GPhC chief executive Duncan Rudkin spoke at the Pharmacy Show this week on key developments in pharmacy regulation.
GPhC launches consultation on continuing professional development
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.
The GPhC has updated the process for raising a concern about education and training to make it simpler and easier.
Congratulations to all those who passed the registration assessment.
We are pleased to announce the names of the 2672 pre-registration trainee pharmacists who passed their registration assessment in June.