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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.
The GPhC is holding a national conference to consider how the education and training of the whole pharmacy team needs to change so that pharmacy can play its part in meeting future healthcare challenges
The GPhC has provided an update on the action we are taking following the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO)'s decision in relation to the misuse of patient data by Pharmacy2U.
The GPhC has published its strategic plan 2016-19 which summarises what we see as the key challenges for pharmacy and what the GPhC’s role should be in responding to those challenges on behalf of patients and the public.
A major study commissioned by the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has found that there is consensus among pharmacy professionals that inspections of pharmacies in Great Britain are helping to improve patient safety and the services pharmacies offer to patients and the public.
The GPhC has written to all pharmacy technicians who completed their formal training and joined the register between November 2014 and October 2015 to take part in a survey about their pre-registration training.
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) is pleased to announce the names of the 626 pre-registration trainee pharmacists who passed their registration assessment in September; a pass rate of 64%
The GPhC has published additional data on the performance of candidates in the June 2015 registration assessment. It includes a list of pass rates for each pre-registration training provider.
The GPhC has published additional data on the performance of candidates in the June 2015 registration assessment, including an anonymised list of results for each candidate