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Pharmacist prescribers play an important role in the delivery of high-quality healthcare services and in the improvement of person-centred care across many sectors of the health landscape in England, Scotland and Wales. They are well placed to use their knowledge of medicines, and their skills as prescribers, in the existing and various new roles which are being developed and integrated into care models.

In this issue (December 2019)

11 December 2019

We have published the findings of our second major survey, which asked pharmacists and pharmacy technicians about their roles and responsibilities, work settings, employment and practice and...

11 December 2019
Pharmacist prescribers play an important role in the delivery of high-quality healthcare services and in the improvement of person-centred care across many sectors of the health landscape in England...
11 December 2019
By now, some of you will have successfully submitted your first reflective account alongside your other revalidation records. Depending on when you joined the register, you may be submitting your...
11 December 2019
Earlier this year we consulted on major changes to the initial education and training of pharmacists. These changes aim to make sure that future pharmacists have the skills and experience they need...
11 December 2019

The GPhC’s governing council has agreed new education and training requirements and learning outcomes for all pharmacy support roles.

The Council decided to introduce the new requirements...

11 December 2019
Anyone can be susceptible to influenza infection, even if they are in good health. This is why we are supporting the campaign to encourage healthcare professionals to get vaccinated against seasonal...