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GPhC reveals pharmacy technician training survey results

Pharmacy technicians rate their pre-reg training highly and report having a good relationship with their assessor, reveals GPhC survey.

GPhC seeks greater understanding of quality

The GPhC is running an online workshop to seek views on what quality means in pharmacy practice

New guidance supports local pharmacy commissioning

New guidance for healthcare commissioners in England aims to support the better use of community pharmacies

Community pharmacy hiding in plain sight

Community pharmacy is “hiding in plain sight” when it should be helping the hospital crisis, says Celesio's Cormac Tobin

Numark launches funding cuts toolkit

Numark launches a new toolkit to help pharmacies develop a robust action plan to combat the negative impact of funding cuts.

£112m scheme to place pharmacists in GP surgeries

Following a pilot scheme that has proven popular with patients and GPs, NHS England has announced investment to place 1,500 pharmacists in surgeries

GPhC changes how CPD records are called for review

A random sample of pharmacy professionals will now have their CPD records called for review on an annual basis

Clinical Services Review could be ‘watershed’ moment

"We hope to start 2017 on a more positive footing,” comments the chair of the Company Chemists' Association

Pharmacy clinical services review gets positive response

Professional bodies have welcomed a review of community pharmacy clinical services by the King’s Fund

King's Fund clinical services review – reaction

Pharmacy bodies have responded with positively to Richard Murray's clinical services review

Split from Pharmacy Voice 'flies in the face of unity'

NPA's split from Pharmacy Voice is a backward step for the sector, Numark’s John D’Arcy has said

NPA applies to High Court for Judicial Review

The NPA has applied for a Judicial Review of the DH decision to cut community pharmacy funding in England

NPA splits from Pharmacy Voice – reaction

The NPA is to stop funding Pharmacy Voice beyond the end of 2017, chairman Ian Strachan has announced

GPhC launches consultation on tech training standards

The GPhC has launched a consultation on draft initial education and training standards for pharmacy technicians.

RPS calls for pharmacists to prescribe for LTCs

Community pharmacists must be able to routinely prescribe medicines for people with long-term conditions, says RPS

PSNC seeks judicial review to challenge pharmacy cuts

PSNC is seeking a judicial review of the decision to implement cuts to community pharmacy funding in England

Pharmacy cuts are a 'big step in the wrong direction'

As the pharmacy cuts hit England, the NPA has warned that the NHS is taking 'a big step in the wrong direction'

Proposed changes to pharmacist prescriber training

The GPhC has proposed changing the supervision requirements of independent pharmacist prescribers in training

Collaboration key to expanding public health role

A new report has identified opportunities and challenges for community pharmacy to enhance their public health role  

Helen Gordon to leave RPS for Royal Society of Medicine

Helen Gordon is stepping down from her role as CEO of the RPS in February 2017 to join the Royal Society of Medicine

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