82 per cent pass rate for July's GPhC registration assessment

Of the 2,189 candidates attempting the exam for the first time, the pass rate was 83 per cent

Changes to eligibility requirements for prescriber training proposed

GPhC says proposals aim to boost the number of pharmacist prescribers in period up to 2026

GPhC to retain flat fee structure but move to a multi-year fees cycle

Review on the way on how GPhC charges, accredits and recognises training courses

GPhC continues to struggle to meet FtP performance standards

Five out of six KPIs remain flagged 'red' in first quarter of 2021 but performance reported satisfactory elsewhere

RPS needs to emphasise value of EDI survey after low response

Response to the first RPS equality, diversity and inclusion survey too low to allow it to draw any conclusions

Pharmacy vital to the pandemic effort says Welsh first minister

Community pharmacy is an economic driver as well as an essential clinical resource, says Mark Drakeford

RPS opposes demands to stop GP pharmacist recruitment

Pharmacy professionals entitled to make their own career choices, says RPS Scotland.

RPS pledges to help pharmacists tackle climate change

RPS says it will help pharmacists lead on sustainability as it makes its climate pledge.

Calls to halt recruitment of pharmacists into GP sector

The negotiator for Scotland's pharmacies calls for a temporary recruitment freeze.

Society plans to revitalise RPS Local networks

A national lead to be recruited to support a 'blended' programme of local events in 2022.

Lloyds superintendent to head up patient safety group

Victoria Steele is the new chair of the Community Pharmacy Patient Safety Group.

CPCF Year 3: 'Concessions' won but funding boost rejected

Transitional payments have been extended by another year and the NMS has been expanded.

Independent Pharmacy Awards finalists announced

The Awards has a new category this year - the Extra Mile Award.

PCN pharmacist workforce rises 18 per cent in three months

Number of full time PCN pharmacists rose by 18 per cent between March and June.

Half of community pharmacists consider switch to general practice

Community pharmacy could be facing a workforce crisis, an exclusive survey finds.

Alison Strath officially appointed Scottish CPhO

Strath held the role on an interim basis since October last year.

RPS slams GPhC for July exam failures

Regulator rebuked as exam candidates face stumbling blocks once more.

Some contractors don't understand LPCs says review group

The review group tasked with developing proposals for representation speaks out.

Pharmacies rated 'most essential' local service in new poll

Community pharmacies have topped a poll of the most essential local services.

Pharmacists could supply take-home naloxone under new proposals

Pharmacists, paramedics & other frontline workers could supply naloxone under Government plans.

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