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Online pharmacy 'could undermine face-to-face services'

Online pharmacy "reduces medicines to a commodity," the GPhC's Nigel Clarke warned.

GPhC to consult on rule changes to allow FtP hearings by videolink

The GPhC wants to make rule changes permanent after pandemic.

Only reflective account required for December-February revalidation

Revalidation changes carried over to recognise Covid pressures facing registrants.

GPhC consults on changes to independent prescribing requirements

The proposals would make it easier and quicker for pharmacists to become prescribers.

Fewer employees made whistleblowing reports to GPhC last year

Whistleblowing reports to GPhC dropped to less than a quarter compared to previous year.

Some pharmacists accused of “not understanding the prescribing process they were involved in”.  

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

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

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

Changes to eligibility requirements for prescriber training proposed

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

EEA-based online prescribers pose 'serious' risk to patients

GPhC warns of "serious patient safety concerns" with online prescribers.

RPS slams GPhC for July exam failures

Regulator rebuked as exam candidates face stumbling blocks once more.

GPhC begins search for new chair

Current chair Nigel Clarke said the new appointee "will have the opportunity to help shape the future of pharmacy".

 

Pharmacy technicians celebrate 10 years as registered profession

GPhC and chief pharmaceutical officers acknowledge vital role technicians play in pharmacy teams

High court quashes GPhC decision in antisemitism case

The high court has ordered the GPhC to reopen a fitness to practise case involving allegations of antisemitism

GPhC urges pharmacies to have valproate safeguards in place

The GPhC has reminded pharmacy teams to ensure they have safeguards in place when prescribing valproate to patients.

Reports of pharmacist oversupply greatly exaggerated

Earlier forecasts of a looming oversupply of pharmacists now appear wildly out of date, writes Jeremy Holmes in his PM column.

GPhC wants 'more effective booking process' after exam chaos

The GPhC has said it will seek to "arrange a more effective booking process" for future registration exams after many faced difficulties in March. 

Scottish provregs get NHS funding to resit exam

Provisionally registered pharmacists in Scotland who failed the March registration assessment are to receive financial support from the NHS to resit. 

GPhC announces 88% pass rate in first online exam

Eighty-eight per cent of candidates sitting the online registration assessment in March achieved a pass, the GPhC announced this morning.

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