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Covid19 – Regulatory Statements and Information

The Pharmaceutical Society NI is working closely to with the Department of Health NI, the GPhC and other key stakeholders to ensure that we are taking appropriate regulatory actions to support pharmacists during this extremely difficult period, whilst also protecting the public and maintaining the continuity of the Pharmacy profession. We have created a page dedicated to Covid19 information. To access click on the image to the right.

Current Vacancy - Interim Senior Project Manager, Pharmaceutical Society NI see https://www.psni.org.uk/psni/about/current-vacancies/

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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Council endorses changes to requirements for training as an independent prescriber and annotation on the Register.

Based on consideration of responses to its recent public consultation, the Council of the Pharmaceutical Society NI has approved, in principle, to work towards a change to its Regulations to remove the requirement that a pharmacist is only entitled…

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The President and Chief Executive comment on the June 2022 Common Registration Assessment Results

The results of the UK-wide Common Registration Assessment for pharmacists, held jointly by the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland and General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) in June 2022, have been published.

A total of 2,697 candidates sat the registration assessment in…

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Pharmaceutical Society NI and GPhC announce June 2022 Common Registration Assessment results

The results of the June 2022 Common Registration Assessment, held jointly by the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland and General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC), have been published.

Pharmaceutical Society NI Chief Executive, Trevor Patterson said:

“We congratulate all those candidates who have…

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Registration process following the June 2022 Common Registration Assessment

The process and timelines for Foundation Training Year (FTY) trainees to register as a pharmacist in Northern Ireland upon the successful completion of the Common Registration Assessment (CRA) has…

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Summer 2022 Common Registration Assessment application process now open

The Pharmaceutical Society NI’s online application process for the Summer 2022 Common Registration Assessment on Wednesday 29 June 2022, is now open.  Applications to sit the assessment will close on 29 April 2022.

Further information about the Common Registration Assessment…

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