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Responsibilities of managers and leaders in safe pharmacy practice

The responsibility of employers in guiding pharmacy staff, including unregistered pharmacy managers, is being examined in a GPhC consultation

Ash Soni returns as RPS president

Community pharmacist Ash Soni has been elected as the president of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society for a second time

PDA challenges GPhC’s revalidation proposals

The PDA pulls apart the GPhC’s proposed revalidation framework, saying it is actually referring to CPD

Healthcare needs the human touch, says NPA report

Patients value the face-to-face advice they get from local community pharmacies, says new NPA report

Exclusive interview: PSNC's Sue Sharpe

Is it time for dual supply and service contracting? Outgoing PSNC boss Sue Sharpe thinks it might be

Technicians supervising pharmacies would be "a betrayal"

Over 600 pharmacists have signed a letter to the RPS calling for it to oppose possible changes to supervison legislation

Gidley re-elected as EPB chair

Sandra Gidley has been re-elected as chair of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s English Pharmacy Board

GPhC issues new guidance on religion, values and beliefs

The GPhC has published guidance for when religion, personal values or beliefs might impact on professional practice

Doug Simpson receives MBE for services to journalism

The former editor of the PJ and Independent Community Pharmacist, Douglas Simpson, has been awarded an MBE

Peter Noyce dies after short illness

The chair of Pharmacist Support, Professor Peter Noyce CBE, has died after a short illness

Brexit casts shadow over sector’s future

Pharmacists are feeling pessimistic about the future of community pharmacy in post-Brexit Britain, according to a survey

RPS board elections: results are in

The results have been announced in this year’s national pharmacy board elections for the RPS

High Court dismisses PSNC and NPA judicial reviews

Judge Justice Collins dismisses judicial reviews “with some regret” saying they were not unlawful but criticises Government

Judicial review judgement: the sector responds

Pharmacy organisations have queued up to express their disappointment at the verdict in the High Court over the pharmacy cuts

New professional standards now in force

New standards for pharmacists and technicians, which emphasise person-centred professionalism, came into effect on May 12

RPS board elections: voting opens

RPS members can submit questions to the candidates, and read their responses, on a dedicated elections network

All community pharmacists should prescribe, says APPG

The All-Party Pharmacy Group makes seven recommendations from a series of evidence sessions looking at the impact of government cuts on community pharmacy  

BPSA sets out students' expectations for the future

The BPSA has published a discussion paper that examines the aspirations and expectations of pharmacy students

PDA’s legal challenge over new standards refused

The PDA’s application for a judicial review of the GPhC’s new professional standards has been turned down in the High Court

Pharmacy funding in Wales protected at £144m

Funding protected in Wales as community pharmacy described as a “fundamental part” of a strong primary care service

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