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We have launched a consultation on religion, personal values and beliefs in the context of delivering person-centred care.  

The consultation is open until 7 March 2017.

The consultation asks about the wording of the examples on personal values and beliefs in the new standards for pharmacy professionals—which will come into force in May 2017—and about the guidance on the behaviours expected of pharmacy professionals in applying the standards.

In this issue (December 2016)

19 December 2016
We have launched a consultation on religion, personal values and beliefs in the context of delivering person-centred care.  

The consultation is open until 7 March 2017.

The consultation...

19 December 2016
We hope that this series of articles will help pharmacy owners and the pharmacy team continually improve the services they provide to patients and the public.

This month we are focusing on how...

19 December 2016
We are proposing to make changes to two areas of pharmacy education and training - the initial standards of education and training for pharmacy technicians, and the supervision of pharmacist...
19 December 2016
Our council has agreed a change to the CPD framework to reflect a new approach to how CPD records will be called for review. 

From now on, a random sample (a minimum of 2.5%) of pharmacy...

19 December 2016
One of the key ways we safeguard the health and safety of the public is by maintaining a register of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. 

You can only practise as a pharmacist or pharmacy...

19 December 2016
A new law has come into force which introduces a requirement for all pharmacy professionals to provide evidence that they have the necessary skills in English language to practise safely and...