GPhC chief executive Duncan Rudkin spoke at the Pharmacy Show this week on key developments in pharmacy regulation.
We have launched a consultation on a change to the continuing professional development (CPD) framework that would give the regulator more flexibility in how CPD records are called.
Today we welcome the performance review published by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA), which found that we have met all of the PSA’s Standards for Good Regulation, including for guidance and standards; education and training; registration; and fitness to practise.
The performance review cites, in particular, the GPhC’s fitness to practise process as an area of marked progress. Among the improvements cited in the PSA report are:
We know that health and care are changing and will continue to change to meet the growing demand on services and the changing expectations of the public about the quality of care they receive. This is no less true for pharmacy and the ...
Here is some useful information to help you prepare for the registration assessment.
We’ve updated section five of the pre-registration manual with new information about the assessment, including: