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DH puts extra £16m into training for pharmacists and technicians

Prescribing and clinical examination skills are among the training areas to receive funding.

Changes to eligibility requirements for prescriber training proposed

GPhC says proposals aim to boost the number of pharmacist prescribers in period up to 2026

CPD module: cardiac disease

We look at the causes and management of atrial fibrillation and heart failure. 

Getting the lowdown on low back pain 

Low back pain causes pain and disability and has a significant social and economic impact on sufferers. 

Heading back to the classroom 

Children’s health has been affected by lockdowns, school closures and self-isolation. 

‘Biggest change to pharmacy education in 20 years’ introduced

The GPhC's new standards for the initial education and training of pharmacists described as a sea change for the profession.

All new pharmacists to prescribe as GPhC approves plans

The GPhC has approved the new standards for the initial education and training of pharmacists.  

Number of pre-regs to GP practices through split scheme rises

A split pre-reg scheme has increased the number of trainees to surgeries this year.

Trainees pharmacists ‘must do 90 hours’ prescribing training’

Trainees will be required to complete 90 hours’ training in independent prescribing as part of their foundation year, the GPhC has indicated.  

Pharmacists predict growth in minor ailment services

Exclusive: Community pharmacists view NHS minor ailments services as a fundamental part of their future role, a new survey finds. 

Support staff training requirements take formal effect

The GPhC set out requirements for the education and training of pharmacy support staff on October 1.

GPhC exam update not good enough say bodies

GPhC updates on the forthcoming online registration assessment fall short of giving trainee pharmacists the clarity they need, says the BPSA. 

GPhC: Registration assessment ‘in first quarter of 2021’

Provisionally registered pharmacists will sit their online assessment “in the first quarter of 2021, while avoiding the first two weeks of January".

FIP: ‘Clear advantage’ to vaccination training in undergrad

There is a “clear advantage” to offering future pharmacists vaccination training as part of their degree, says the FIP.

98% pass rate in Northern Ireland pre-reg exam

Ninety-eight per cent of this year’s intake of pre-registration pharmacists in Northern Ireland passed the August 11 registration exam. 

Pharmacy schools battling A-level uncertainty

Pharmacy schools report that they are struggling to respond to a “highly unusual situation” as students cope with A-Level fallout. 

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.

Pharmacy schools call for two-year FY programme

Individuals training to become pharmacists should undergo a two-year foundation programme after completing their MPharm, school leaders say.

Community pharmacy training launched for provisional pharmacists

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

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.

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