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The GPhC’s governing council has agreed the organisation’s budget for 2016/17 and decided that fee levels for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy premises will remain at current levels for the financial year 2016/17.
The GPhC carried out a special inspection visit of Pharmacy2U’s premises on 22 December, alongside representatives of NHS England, after concerns were raised about patients not receiving their prescription medicines
Here are our opening hours during the holiday period
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has published an independent report which highlights a number of key concerns in relation to the use of medicines in care homes in Great Britain.
The GPhC has launched new guidance which explains the role of the investigating committee and how it decides what outcome is appropriate when allegations are referred to it.
We wanted to let you know in advance that the GPhC offices will be closed on all bank holidays over the Christmas period, including on Friday 1 January 2016.
Our report provides a summary of the discussions and themes from our conference which we hosted on 10 November 2015. You can also follow the links in the report to watch videos of the presentations given by key note and plenary speakers.
A new report published today analyses the scope of the current initial education and training (IET) standards for pharmacy technicians and the extent to which the employers of pharmacy technicians and other stakeholders think the current IET standards are fit for purpose.
We hosted a webinar on 17th November open to anyone interested in discussing the GPhC’s approach to regulating and inspecting community pharmacies
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC), the General Medical Council (GMC) and the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland have published a joint statement in response to recent claims that patients and the public have been inappropriately influenced by health professionals when making decisions about where to access services such as flu vaccinations or dispensing of prescriptions.

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