The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) is today launching new standards for the initial education and training (IET) of pharmacy technicians and announcing changes to the criteria for registration as a pharmacy technician.
The GPhC today welcomed the Professional Standards Authority’s (PSA’s) annual review of its performance which found, for the second consecutive year, that the GPhC had met all of the PSA’s standards for good regulation in 2016/17.
The Scottish Government today published its strategy for pharmacy in Scotland called Achieving Excellence in Pharmaceutical Care: A Strategy for Scotland. Responding to the publication, Duncan Rudkin, Chief Executive of the GPhC, said...
The General Pharmaceutical Council and the other eight regulators of health and care professionals have signed a joint statement, which sets out what is expected of all healthcare professionals in relation to avoiding, declaring and managing conflicts of interest across all healthcare settings.
The General Pharmaceutical Council has launched a consultation on new guidance for pharmacy owners which outlines what they are expected to do to ensure everyone in the pharmacy team can provide safe and effective services to patients and the public.