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GPhC: Provisional pharmacists being risk assessed

Some provisionally-registered pharmacists who joined in August have had a Covid-19 risk assessment.

Online CPCS workshops to start from next month

The RPS will run online workshops to help pharmacists improve face-to-face and remote discussions with patients.

RPS appoints new director in Scotland

The Royal Pharmaceutical Society has appointed Clare Morrison as its director in Scotland.

School of pharmacy closes BAME attainment gap

Wolverhampton school of pharmacy says it is one of just five in the UK to close the ethnicity attainment gap.

PSNC overhaul must be agreed by indies and multiples says NPA

The NPA is calling for a ‘triple lock’ approval process to ensure that any changes to pharmacy representation do not favour one set of contractors.

Community pharmacy training launched for provisional pharmacists

CPPE is accepting applications for its 12-month training programme for foundation pharmacists joining the provisional register

RPS gives evidence to All-Party Parliamentary Group on Coronavirus

The RPS has provided evidence of pharmacy's role and needs to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Coronavirus.  

Resources for provisionally registered pharmacists in Wales

Health Education and Improvement Wales has developed a set of resources for provisionally registered pharmacists on its website.

Government 'must involve pharmacy in winter season planning'

RPS president Sandra Gidley has urged the government to ensure pharmacies are involved in its preparations for the winter. 

Pharmacists survey suggests workplace Covid infection common

Four in 10 pharmacists think they caught Covid-19 at work, according to a survey by the PDA. 

RPS slams government 'sidestepping' pharmacist pay rise

RPS president Sandra Gidley criticised the government for sidelining pharmacists from its public sector pay rise plans.

More than 1 in 10 pharmacists told not to wear PPE, says PDA

More than one in 10 pharmacists have been asked to re-use PPE, with similar numbers saying they were actively discouraged from wearing it. 

Pharmacists asked to watch out for signs of child abuse during lockdown

A UK children’s charity is asking people such as pharmacists, carers and GPs to be vigilant to signs of child abuse during lockdown.

Half a million cancer sufferers 'too scared to leave the house'

Half a million people with cancer in the UK have been too scared to leave the house since lockdown started on 23 March, a survey shows.

Over half of adults increased screen time during lockdown

A survey of 2,000 people has shown that 55 per cent of UK adults have spent more time on the internet and social media during lockdown. 

Pharmacy Schools Council pledges greater BAME support

The Pharmacy Schools Council promises to provide more support for black and minority ethnic students and colleagues.

Wales pilots advanced framework for pharmacy technicians

Pharmacy technicians on the pilot will be mentored to develop a portfolio evidencing their advanced level of practice

GPhC announces new approach to revalidation

Anyone with a renewal deadline between September 1 and December 31 this year will only be required to submit a reflective account.

PSNC launches audit to bolster government funding talks

PSNC has launched an audit to record data on the advice and support community pharmacies in England give patients.

Pharmacy risk assessment survey launched

The Black Pharmacists Association and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society are investigating whether pharmacies are carrying out risk assessments.

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