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Launch of the new Code

The Pharmaceutical Society NI has launched its new Code (Professional standards of conduct, ethics and performance for pharmacists in Northern Ireland).
At a well-attended launch event on Tuesday 9 February the President Dr Jim Livingstone said “the new Code seeks to modernise the principles to be followed by pharmacists in practise. We know that in reality, the principles set out in this document are followed day and daily by the vast majority of pharmacists in NI, and they recognise the importance and value to both patients and the profession.”

Introduction

Code of Ethics & Standards

We are responsible for setting standards that govern the conduct of all pharmacists and ensure the safe practice of pharmacy

Raising Concerns

For information about how to make a complaint or raise a concern about a pharmacist or pharmacy premises

Governance

Details of how this organisation is structured and how we operate

Fitness to Practise

An overview of fitness to practise processes and hearing outcomes

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