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We are asking for your help in tracking down individuals who are affected by important changes in the time limit for completion of pre-registration pharmacist training.
Early in 2012, we will be consulting on our ‘Standards for registered pharmacy premises’. Let us know how we can involve you.
Today we close our ‘Take a view’ process, through which we sought to gather opinions on our four pieces of guidance – ‘Obtaining consent’, ‘Confidentiality’, ‘Raising concerns’, and ‘Maintaining professional boundaries’.
The following determinations (outcomes) have been handed down by the General Pharmaceutical Council’s Fitness to Practise Committee during the week ending 9 December 2011.
The following determinations (outcomes) have been handed down by the General Pharmaceutical Council’s Fitness to Practise Committee during the week ending 2 December 2011.
Our new equality, diversity and inclusion scheme was adopted earlier this month and will affect all areas of pharmacy practice through our standards.
Did you realise that the GPhC is looking for feedback on new draft guidance on obtaining consent, confidentiality, raising concerns and maintaining professional boundaries?
EU-qualified pharmacists can become the responsible pharmacist for a newly established pharmacy following a change in the law. Previously they had been restricted from doing this under what was known as the “three year rule”.
Our Strategic plan lays out our ambitions for 2012-2015 to both Westminster and Scottish parliaments. It sets out key priorities for the period.
Each year the CHRE carries out a performance review of the health professional regulators and reports these findings to Parliament, to health ministers in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, and to the public. You can find out more, or take part before 16 December, here.