Our next council meeting takes place on Thursday 10 March. You can find the agenda and the papers for the public sessions of the meeting here.
The GPhC does not currently have the legal powers to authorise the use of directed surveillance or covert human intelligence sources.
Over 700 people participated in this webinar with helpful questions on some of the keys factors to feeling prepared for the assessment, as well as the structure of the registration assessment papers.
We’ve also published our spring bulletin containing all the information pre-registration trainees need to know to prepare for their registration assessment
Nigel Clarke, Chair of the GPhC, sets out the pharmacy regulator’s response in a letter to Will Cavendish, Director General, Innovation, Growth and Technology at the Department of Health and Keith Ridge, the Chief Pharmaceutical Officer for England.
Our report provides a summary of the discussions at the roundtable, including about work already underway to improve pre-registration pharmacist training and further actions that could be taken.
We will now work closely with key organisations involved to take forward the actions identified at the roundtable.