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The attitudes and behaviours of pharmacy professionals can have an impact on patient outcomes, both positive and negative. Understanding the individual needs and concerns of older people is key in delivering person-centred care, a core element of the new standards.

In this article we have teamed up with Age UK to raise awareness of how pharmacy professionals can help older people with some of the challenges they can face within a pharmacy setting.

In this issue (June 2017)

22 June 2017
We have now published new guidance to help pharmacy professionals apply standard 1 of the standards for pharmacy professionals, when their religion, personal values and beliefs might impact on their...
22 June 2017

Do you have questions about how revalidation will work in practice?

Please watch our video, where we outline our proposals and hear from two volunteers who took part in the CPD pilot in...

22 June 2017
The attitudes and behaviours of pharmacy professionals can have an impact on patient outcomes, both positive and negative. Understanding the individual needs and concerns of older people is key in...
22 June 2017
We know that health professionals being open and honest when things go wrong is one of the best ways to protect patients. A culture of openness in the NHS, and across healthcare in general, is...
22 June 2017
Thank you to everyone who participated in the consultation on proposed new standards for the initial education and training of pharmacy technicians and changes to the criteria for registration as a...