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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


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Fitness to Practise

An overview of fitness to practise processes and hearing outcomes

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Statement from Dr. Geraldine O’Hare – President of the Pharmaceutical Society NI

The Chief Executive of the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland, Michaela McAleer, has left the Society as of today, Friday 17th May 2024.

In the interests of ensuring stability and business continuity, Council have appointed a caretaker Chief Executive, pending…

Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Regulators Launch New Framework for Sharing Intelligence

Northern Ireland’s Health and Social Care Regulators have jointly launched a new Intelligence Sharing Framework.

This Framework has been developed by Northern Ireland’s Joint Regulators Forum comprising six professional regulators* responsible for the oversight of individual health and social…

The Professional Standards Authority’s 2022/23 Standards of Good Regulation Report for the Pharmaceutical Society NI

The Professional Standards Authority (PSA) has today published its report on the Pharmaceutical Society NI’s performance…

Closure of the legacy CPD Portal and how to save your previous submissions

The legacy CPD system will be closing on 14 May 2024. 

After successfully migrating the CPD portal to the Regulator Online (ROL) system in November 2021, we will be closing the previous CPD system on 14 May 2024.

After this date,…

Voluntary removal of a Pharmacist from the Register

Following an application under Regulation 7 of the Council of the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (Fitness to Practise and Disqualification) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2012 for the voluntary removal of their name from the Register.  The Registrar has approved…