NHS chief pharmaceutical officer (CPhO) for England David Webb has said that independent prescriber pharmacists will bring a “judicious approach" to prescribing.
There were five allegations of cheating during this June’s registration assessment, the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has revealed.
A new pharmacy school is set to open at Teesside University from 2025, the university has revealed to C+D.
Community pharmacies that host foundation trainee pharmacists will receive £26,500 a year in funding per trainee from July 2025.
Cross-sector training “hasn't necessarily helped” with retaining staff in the community pharmacy sector, Community Pharmacy Wales’s (CPW) acting chief executive has suggested.
Autism and learning disability training should be “considered compulsory for all pharmacists”, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) has said.
Pharmacists who complete two online modules can qualify for face-to-face training with people trained in “medical role play”, NHSE has revealed.
NHS England (NHSE) has announced 1,000 places for would-be DPPs and education supervisors in community pharmacies under a new scheme.
NHSE has announced the launch of a fully funded training programme for pharmacy technicians that will drive them to “take on more responsibility” in dispensing medicines and delivering clinical services.
Trainee pharmacists have raised concerns that some employers aren’t keeping to the foundation training placement terms that they advertised on Oriel, C+D has learned.
The Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) has announced 60 new NHS England (NHSE)-funded places on an accuracy checking pharmacy technician (ACPT) training programme.
Just over three quarters of 2,805 candidates who sat June’s registration exam achieved a passing mark, the GPhC and PSNI have announced.
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