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The GPhC has consulted on its draft standards for registered pharmacies at The Gathering in Glasgow - one of the largest third sector events in the UK with over 3000 visitors annually.
The location of our fitness to practise hearings will move from London to Birmingham over the period of the 2012 London Olympics.
We are consulting on proposals to cut renewal fees for pharmacist and pharmacy technicians by 10 per cent from mid-October.
We are delighted to welcome Darren Hughes as our first director for Wales.
A new consultation launched by the General Pharmaceutical Council proposes a ten per cent reduction to renewal fees for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.
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New guidance has been developed to help pharmacists and pharmacy technicians navigate complex issues relating to raising concerns, consent, confidentiality and maintaining clear sexual boundaries.
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has launched a consultation on major changes to the way in which registered pharmacies across Great Britain are regulated.
Patients picking up the one billion prescription items dispensed in Great Britain every year* will benefit from greater protection thanks to a new compulsory register being introduced on 1 July 2011.
The GPhC has launched its first combined annual reports and submitted them to Parliament. Covering the six months of operational delivery from September 2010 until March 2011 the report combines our statutory duty to produce: an annual report reflecting on our delivery and achievements in the previous period; our annual fitness to practise report presenting the successes and challenges in dealing with a large legacy case load; and our annual accounts which demonstrate our prudent expenditure over the accounting period.