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The ban on supplying plastic straws and stirrers and plastic-stemmed cotton buds, which applies to pharmacies  in England, came into force last week...
05/10/2020 2
Timothy George Richards, registration number 2042355, can re-join the register after he pays fees
Pharmacist Timothy George Richards – registration number 2042355 – was sentenced to jail for 40 months on December 2, 2013, for stealing drugs and...
01/10/2020 36
The regulator decided to delay the introduction of the £103 increase until April 2021, after considering the pressures faced by the sector during the...
24/07/2020 22
The regulator received 2,985 concerns in 2019-20, a 28% increase on the 2,329 concerns received in 2017-18 and 12% up on the 2,674 concerns in 2018-...
22/07/2020 9
GPhC: Current FtP model is “too often cumbersome, lengthy and inefficient”
Some concerns do not need to develop into an entire fitness-to-practise (FtP) process, for example when they do not pose an “ongoing risk” or “where...
10/07/2020 7
GPhC: Pharmacists should follow “national public health advice and guidance”
Health and care professionals “may feel anxious” about the decisions they have to make during the outbreak and how these could be considered if...
06/03/2020 9
Pharmacy professionals have until March 31 to respond to the consultation
The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has previously “covered some of the costs of the registration fees” for pharmacy premises owners out of its...
25/02/2020 6
Duncan Rudkin: "We need to make improvements in some areas of our fitness to practise processes"
Concerns over the “transparency and fairness” of some of the fitness to practise processes were raised by the independent statutory body in a review...
19/02/2020 9
Duncan Rudkin: "We need to make improvements in some areas of our fitness to practise processes"
Concerns over the “transparency and fairness” of some of the fitness to practise processes were raised by the independent statutory body in a review...
19/02/2020 9
Drugs would be taken from the pharmacy “by the van load” and sold illegally, the MHRA said
David Ihenagwa of Edmonton, north London, was found guilty of supplying class B and class C controlled drugs after purchasing them from a wholesaler...
29/01/2020 4

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