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Pharmacist registration

It is illegal to practise as a pharmacist in Northern Ireland without currently being registered with the Pharmaceutical Society NI. The registration year runs from 01 June to 31 May annually, therefore, to retain registration you will be required to complete the retention process on 01 June every year.

We are no longer accepting new applications for registration on the Covid-19 Temporary Register. The Covid-19 Temporary Register will cease to operate at the end of September 2022. Any pharmacist currently working with temporary registration should see the options below for registration on the main Register. Please note that if you wish to apply for registration on the main Register, you will be required to withdraw from the temporary Register before any application for Registration can be finalised.

Joining the Register
Re-registration process for former registrants

Application process for former registrants (i.e. those who left the Register in good standing) – if you wish to re-register, portal.psni.org.uk/Account/Login

Important information relevant to your application is available here 

Registration process for applicants first registered in Great Britain

Application process for applicants first registered in GB – if you first registered in GB, portal.psni.org.uk/Account/Login

Important information relevant to your application is available here 

Registration process for applicants first registered in the European Economic Area (EEA)

Application process for applicants first registered in EEA or Switzerland – if you first registered in EEA or Switzerland, please click portal.psni.org.uk/Account/Login

Important information relevant to your application is available here 

Non-EEA applications for registration

Application process for applicants first registered outside of GB, EEA or Switzerland – Currently the Pharmaceutical Society NI does not recognise pharmacy qualifications obtained outside of GB, EEA or Switzerland.

Further information is available here 

Registering as a prescriber

Annotation as an Independent Prescriber – if you wish to be annotated as an Independent Prescriber, please click portal.psni.org.uk/Account/Login

Important information relevant to your application is available here 

Registration on completion of pre-registration training in Northern Ireland

Application process on completion of pre-registration training/foundation training yearportal.psni.org.uk/Account/Login

Replacement registration certificate

Replacement registration certificates – if you require a replacement registration certificate, please visit portal.psni.org.uk/Account/Login and complete the application for replacement certificate.

Fees associated with registration
Current fees are as follows  
       
       
Registration      
       
Registration fee   £398.00  
       
       
Retention on the register (1st June annually)      
       
Retention on the register   £398.00  
       
       
Restoration to the register      
       
Penalty fee charged in addition to the retention fee, for default in payment of retention fee.   £75.00  
Fee charged in addition to the registration fee, for restoation of name to the register following removal by Statutory Committee   £121.00  
       
       
Pre-Registration      
       
Registration fee   £206.00  
Retention fee   £10.00  
Examination fee   £174.00  
Resit examination fee   £174.00  
       
       
Misc Fees      
       
Lost/Replacement certificate   £5.00  
       
Pharmacist restoration to the Register

 

The registration year in Northern Ireland runs from 1 June to 31 May annually therefore to retain registration you will be required to complete the retention process (including paying registration fees) on 1 June every year after restoration.

Former registrant’s who had previously been removed by Council for non-compliance with CPD requirements, non-payment or fees or removed by Statutory Committee can apply for restoration to the register. In deciding on any such application, the Registrar may require the applicant to undertake additional education, training or experience as a condition for restoration to the Register.  This will include an additional 30 hours continuing education and the submission of a Personal Development Plan.

Once the Registrar’s requirements have been satisfied, the Application for restoration to the register will take approximately 21 days to process. Please ensure that the application form has been completed correctly and any supporting documents are submitted with your application.

It is important that all applicants to join the register of pharmaceutical chemists are competent to be registered. Competence may be evidenced in a number of ways but always includes evidence of qualification and training.

If you have been registered with another pharmacy regulatory body within the 12 months leading to your application for restoration to the register you are required to submit a Certificate of Current Professional Status from your most recent regulatory body. A Certificate of Current Professional Status (CCPS) notes your ‘good standing’ with a regulator and outlines details about your registration, i.e. university attended, qualification and pre-registration training details and Fitness to Practise. This will generally be accepted as meeting the evidential standard.

Please complete the Equality monitoring form and return in a sealed envelope marked for the attention of the monitoring officer. Equality Monitoring Form.

Please note we will require Certificates of current professional status from any regulator you are currently or have previously been registered with whilst you have been off the register in Northern Ireland. You must apply directly to the regulator for this certificate. They will then send the certificate on directly to us.

An applicant is not permitted to practise until they have confirmation that they are registered.

An applicant can further check their registration status by checking the online register 

If paying by debit card please complete a Debit payment form , please do not submit this form by email.

If paying by telephone, please contact our finance department on 02890 326927 and select option 4. Please note that payment can only be made by telephone if using a debit card.

Please note the Pharmaceutical Society of NI does not accept credit cards. 

We recommend secure mail for all postal applications.

Indemnity Requirements for Registration and Retention Professional indemnity arrangements for pharmacists in Northern Ireland

Professional indemnity arrangements for pharmacists in Northern Ireland

It is a statutory requirement of registration for practising pharmacists in Northern Ireland to have an appropriate professional indemnity arrangement in respect of liabilities which may be incurred in practising under the Pharmacy (Northern Ireland) Order 1976, Article 11A.

An indemnity arrangement may comprise—

(a) a policy of insurance;

(b) an arrangement made for the purposes of indemnifying a person; or

(c) a combination of the two.

Pharmacists also have a personal responsibility to ensure that they have an appropriate professional indemnity arrangement in place for activities undertaken by them or under their control under Standard 2.1.7 of the Professional standards of conduct, ethics and performance for pharmacists in Northern Ireland (2016).

Standard 2.1.7 Ensure that all professional activities undertaken by you, or under your control, are covered by appropriate professional indemnity arrangements.

The requirement for an appropriate professional indemnity arrangement can be met via an employer’s arrangement for those who are employed or by having an individual professional arrangement or a combination of the two.

A pharmacist seeking to join, be restored to or be retained on the register must declare in writing, at the time of application or retention, that they have or will have a professional indemnity arrangement in place by the time they begin to practise.

The requirement for having professional indemnity arrangement is linked to registration and a pharmacist who is unable to complete the required declarations or, in some circumstances, provide supporting evidence may have their application for registration, restoration or retention refused.

Where the Registrar intends to refuse an application for registration, restoration or retention on the register, or where the Registrar intends to remove a name from the register, the pharmacist has a the right of appeal to the Statutory Committee in accordance with procedures set out in Article 10 of The Council of the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (Indemnity Arrangements) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2014.

You can view ‘frequently asked questions’ about this requirement below.

Please note that the Pharmaceutical Society NI cannot offer advice on what type and level of professional indemnity arrangement is appropriate.

Professional guidance and advice on professional indemnity arrangements should be sought, where appropriate, from a professional body, trade union or defence organisation, or specialist insurers/advisors.

Professional indemnity arrangements and Fitness to Practise

Professional indemnity arrangements and Fitness to Practise

It is the responsibility of pharmacists to ensure that they have or will have a professional indemnity arrangement and that it is appropriate to their area of practice.

Whilst in the majority of circumstances failure to hold an appropriate professional indemnity arrangement means that an individual who is unable to complete the required declarations or, in some circumstances, provide supporting evidence may have their application for registration, restoration or retention refused, in some circumstances failure may be treated as misconduct. In these cases, the Registrar must consider, in accordance with Pharmacy (Northern Ireland) Order (1976) Schedule 3, paragraph 5(1) whether to refer the matter to the Scrutiny Committee or (where regulations under paragraph 5(1) of that Schedule so provide) to the Statutory Committee.

 The Registrar will consider initiating a Fitness to Practise investigation, if he / she believes a pharmacist:

  • has made a false declaration that they have a professional indemnity arrangement in place while practising;
  • registered or renewed their registration with the Pharmaceutical Society NI but has cancelled their professional indemnity arrangement and has failed to put an alternative professional indemnity arrangement in place; or
  • has a professional indemnity arrangement which is not appropriate for their practice, as set out in Pharmacy (Northern Ireland) Order (1976), Article 11A.
Frequently asked questions: Professional indemnity arrangements and your registration/retention

I am employed as a pharmacist. What will the requirement mean for me?

It is anticipated that most pharmacists meet this requirement as many work in a managed environment where they are indemnified by their employers.

As the indemnity declaration, which is required as part of the application for registration, restoration or retention, is made by the pharmacist, they are required to check that their employer’s indemnity arrangements cover the full scope of their practice.

I am a self-employed pharmacist. What will the requirement mean for me?

Self-employed pharmacists must ensure that they will have an appropriate professional indemnity arrangement in place.

I undertake a combination of self-employed and employed work as a pharmacist.

Pharmacists undertaking a combination of employed and self-employed work, or if they work for more than one employer, must ensure that they will have an appropriate professional indemnity arrangement in place for each area where they practice.

I am currently not practising will I need a professional indemnity arrangement?

Pharmacists who are not practising are not required to have professional indemnity arrangement in place unless they practise.

Pharmacists returning to practise will be required to obtain and provide evidence, if requested, of an appropriate professional indemnity arrangement prior to returning to practise.

I am a registered pharmacist in Northern Ireland, but I work as a lecturer, not in direct healthcare. How does this affect me?

The statutory requirement is for all registered pharmacists who are practising in Northern Ireland to have a professional indemnity arrangement in place.

In such circumstances, a pharmacist must ensure that their employer’s indemnity arrangement is appropriate and relevant to the pharmacist’s scope of practice.

What about Good Samaritan acts?

A Good Samaritan act is where clinical assistance is given in a medical emergency, which a pharmacist may happen upon in a personal rather than professional situation. The legislation requires a pharmacist to have professional indemnity arrangement for actions or deeds undertaken as part of their employment or self-employment. Good Samaritan acts sit outside this requirement.

However, pharmacists should seek advice from their professional association, union or insurer, in relation to any insurance cover required for Good Samaritan acts.

What is vicarious liability?

The principle of vicarious liability is that an employer can be liable for the wrongs (e.g. negligence) committed by an employee in the course of their employment. It does not mean that the employee is no longer liable for their own negligence including meeting any indemnity requirements.

How will Pharmaceutical Society NI check that a professional indemnity arrangement is in place?

Pharmacists applying to join, be restored to or be retained on the register will be required to complete the indemnity arrangement declaration, confirming that:

  • they have professional indemnity arrangement in place that is appropriate to their scope of practice and can provide evidence of this indemnity cover, if requested; or
  • if they are not practising at the time of the application, that they will have an indemnity arrangement in place before starting to practise.

The Pharmaceutical Society NI will not routinely seek evidence of professional indemnity arrangements but may request a copy of the professional indemnity arrangement or such other information deemed necessary to determine that an appropriate indemnity arrangement is in place within a specified timeframe.

The statutory requirement for pharmacists to have an appropriate professional indemnity arrangement is a condition of registration with the Pharmaceutical Society NI. Failure to satisfactorily complete the indemnity insurance declaration may result in an application to join, be restored to or be retained on the register being refused.

A pharmacist who is practising must promptly inform the Registrar when an appropriate indemnity arrangement ceases, in accordance with Article 6 of The Council of the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (Indemnity Arrangements) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2014. In such cases, the Registrar will seek assurances that the pharmacist will not practise until an appropriate indemnity arrangement is restored.

A pharmacist must be able to provide information regarding their indemnity arrangement on request to any person wishing to access their services.

What is an appropriate professional indemnity arrangement?

It is for individual pharmacist to assure themselves of the appropriateness of their professional indemnity cover.

Appropriate cover means that the professional indemnity arrangement in place is appropriate to the pharmacist’s role, scope of practice and the risks involved with their practice. The professional indemnity arrangement must be sufficient to meet the costs of litigation and any successful claim for compensation.

Levels and types of professional indemnity arrangement will vary from professional to professional and advice should be sought from specialist insurers/advisors on the appropriateness of professional indemnity arrangements having regard to the pharmacist’s circumstances.

Pharmacists should ensure that they understand the terms of their Professional Indemnity arrangement and should declare all relevant information to their indemnity provider which may influence a provider’s decision whether to offer cover.

An independent review on the introduction of regulator led indemnity arrangements recommended to the UK government that:

‘Provided that there has been full disclosure of relevant facts, in the event that personal cover for self-employed practice is alleged to be inappropriate, pharmacists should be entitled to rely on the defence that they have acted in accordance with the proposals of their insurer or indemnifier.’[1]

It is anticipated that this situation will apply to complaints received by the Pharmaceutical Society NI.

How will the Pharmaceutical Society NI judge appropriateness?

Pharmacists should assure themselves of the appropriateness of their professional indemnity arrangement.

The Pharmaceutical Society NI will investigate any complaint made whereby evidence is produced of an inappropriate professional indemnity arrangement.

During the course of an investigation, we will rely upon the advice of appropriately qualified insurance and indemnity experts.

What is the difference between insurance and professional indemnity?

Public liability insurance can cover compensation claims if you’re sued by a member of the public for injury or damage, while professional indemnity insurance can cover compensation claims if you’re sued by a client for a mistake that you make in your work.

Should I get insurance or an indemnity arrangement?

To meet the requirements of the legislation, either insurance or a professional indemnity arrangement is acceptable.  However, whichever form is chosen must be appropriate for the nature and risks of your practice.

Where can I find guidance or support to help me choose an appropriate provider?

Practicing pharmacists must assure themselves that they have professional indemnity arrangement in place that is appropriate to their scope of practice. The Pharmaceutical Society NI cannot advise about the level and type of arrangement you will need.

Pharmacists should seek advice from their professional body, trade union/defence organisation, specialist insurer (if appropriate) or their employer.

[1]  F Scott (2010) Independent review of the requirement to have insurance or indemnity as a condition of registration as a healthcare professional.  Available at assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/216297/dh_117457.pdf .

Declarations to the Registrar

 

Pharmacists are required to make self declarations to the Pharmaceutical Society NI with regard to their fitness to practise. Standard 3.1.6 of the Code of Ethics and Standards (March 2016) imposes upon registrants a professional obligation to:

“Promptly inform the regulator, your employer and other relevant authorities of any circumstances that may call into question your fitness to practise or has the potential to bring the profession of pharmacy into disrepute.”

“Impairment of fitness to practise” is defined at para 4 of Schedule 3 to the Pharmacy (Northern Ireland) Order 1976 (as amended) and includes misconduct, certain criminal or disciplinary matters, deficient professional performance and any “adverse physical or mental health which impairs their ability to practise safely and effectively or which otherwise impairs their ability to carry out the duties of a registered person in a safe and effective manner.”

Registrants are also under a statutory duty to notify the registrar in writing of certain criminal or disciplinary proceedings or investigations within 7 days (see regulation 3 of the Council of the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (Fitness to Practise and Disqualification) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2012).

Registrants must also consider their health when determining their fitness to practise. Principle 5.1.1 provides that registrants “must practise only when you are competent and fit to do so.”

If you are concerned that a physical or mental health condition may impair your ability to practise, you must seek to clarify this with your treating physician.  If, following discussion with your treating physician, you continue to have concerns regarding your fitness to practise, you should make a declaration in relation to your health.

  • Any declaration regarding a health matter will be completely confidential.
  • Please note that a GP report may be requested and/or you may be asked to undertake an occupational health assessment / other health assessment commissioned by the organisation.
  • A declaration form should ONLY be completed if you wish to make a declaration.

If you wish to make a declaration please see: Self-declaration form interactive.

The declaration should be addressed private and confidential and forwarded to the Pharmaceutical Society of NI for the attention of the Registrar.

Certification of photographs for applications

 

When applying to register (excluding former registrants) you must submit a recent passport style photograph (taken within the last 6 months) which has been certified on the back and attached to the application form on the photograph form page.

Your photograph must be certified, signed, and dated by a professional person, or a person of standing in the community. Examples include a pharmacist, a university lecturer, a registered solicitor, or a licensed Medical Practitioner.

  • The person providing the countersignature must not be related to you by birth or marriage.
  • Neither should they be in a personal relationship with you nor live at your address.
  • The signatory must have known you for at least two years.

The certification on the back of the photograph should read: “I certify that this is a true likeness of [applicant’s full name]”

The photograph must be signed and dated by the signatory under the certification.

The person certifying the photograph must also complete photograph form section of the application.

Changes to the register
Change of address

 

Change of address – it is the registrant’s responsibility to ensure that their contact details remain up to date. To change your address, portal.psni.org.uk/Account/Login

Change of Name and/or Title

 

Change of name and/or title – it is the registrant’s responsibility to ensure that their personal details remain up to date. To change your name and/or title, portal.psni.org.uk/Account/Login

Important information relevant to your application is available here 

Change of email

 

Change of email address – it is the registrant’s responsibility to ensure that their contact details remain up to date. To change your email address, please send an email to registration@psni.org.uk stating your name, registration number and the email address that you want to use.

Leaving the Register
Withdrawal by request from the register

 

The registration year in Northern Ireland runs from 1 June to 31 May annually therefore to retain registration you will be required to complete the retention process (including paying registration fees) on 01 June every year after first registration.

Registrants, who wish to be voluntarily removed from the register of Pharmaceutical Chemists in Northern Ireland, may apply to leave in accordance with Regulation 7(6) of the Council of the Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (Fitness to Practise and Disqualification) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2012. Normally, registrants who are subject to fitness to practise procedures will not be permitted to remove their name from the register by voluntary request.

Each application is processed by the Registrar in accordance with these Regulations.

If a registrant wishes to withdraw near the end of a retention year, a correctly completed withdrawal application (with a removal date no later than 31 May) must be received no later than midnight on 10 May. Any late applications will only be accepted at the discretion of the Registrar.

In order to be removed from the register you must print, complete and submit an Application for withdrawal by request. Any registrant leaving by voluntary request must be able to produce evidence they have met their obligations for Continuing Professional Development whilst on the register as set out in the CPD framework.

Once an application to withdraw by request is received, this will be acknowledged within 7 working days. If a registrant does not receive confirmation of receipt, they should contact the Society seeking confirmation. The Society will inform the registrant if their application to withdraw by request from the register has been successful or is on hold for any reason, e.g. pending fulfilment of CPD obligations.

Please note that these applications take approximately 21 days to process.

Once withdrawal from the register has been confirmed, the original registration certificate must be returned to the Society within 14 days.

Below is a list for each calendar year detailing the applications granted for voluntary withdrawal from the register.

Please check the register, phone registration at 02890326927 or email registration@psni.org.uk to check the current status of any pharmacist.

Voluntary removal lists:

Voluntary removals 2020

Voluntary removals 2019

Voluntary removals 2018

Voluntary-removals-2017

Voluntary-removals-2016

Voluntary removals 2015

Voluntary removals 2014

Voluntary removals 2013

Reporting the death of a registrant

Reporting the death of a registrant – information regarding this process is available here 

Removal of registrants for non-payment of fees

Removal of registrants for non-payment of fees

The registration year in Northern Ireland runs from 01 June to 31 May annually therefore to retain registration you will be required to complete the retention process (including paying registration fees) on or before 01 June every year after first registration.

All registrants are contacted individually by letter to offer annual retention at their current registered address. It is every registrant’s responsibility to update the Registrar on any change to their address.

The annual fee is due on or before the 01 June of each calendar year. Statutory notification will be given (normally 01 July), as defined in the Pharmacy (Northern Ireland) Order 1976 to those pharmacists who have not paid their retention fee by that date. Following this notice, the names of those registrants who have not paid their fees are submitted to Council. The Registrar will request Council to instruct the removal from the register of those registrants who remain unpaid two months after the statutory notice has been given normally on 01 September. There is an additional fee payable for registrants removed from the register for non-payment of fees before restoration to the register.

Certificate of Current Professional Status

 

Pharmacists currently registered in Northern Ireland who wish to apply for registration to practise in another country require a ’European Certificate of Current Professional Status’ to be sent on their behalf to the relevant registration authority. This certificate will confirm a registrant’s/former registrant’s good standing with the Pharmaceutical Society NI, and also outline details about their registration, i.e. university attended, qualification and pre-registration training details.

The certificate is valid for 3 months from the date of issue. Most regulatory authorities request this document as part of their registration process.

The turnaround time for these applications is approximately 21 days from receipt of a correctly completed application form. Incomplete/incorrect application forms will be returned and will not be processed. The Pharmaceutical Society NI cannot make any amendments/additions to the application forms on your behalf.

This certificate is sent directly to the regulatory authority marked on the application. You will not receive a copy.

We will send confirmation that we have issued the certificate to the regulatory authority on the registrant’s behalf.

Click here: CCPS Application

 

Note for pre-registration students: 

A CCPS can only be requested once active on the register. Please note that these applications take approximately 21 days to process.

In order to register with another regulatory body at the end of the pre-registration year you must initially register with the Pharmaceutical Society NI.  If you do not, you will not meet their requirements for EEA recognition of professional qualifications.

This is detailed in the Directive 2005/36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 September 2005 on the recognition of professional qualifications.

Registration Process following the June 2022 Common Registration Assessment

 

Registration process following the June 2022 Common Registration Assessment  

We encourage you to carefully read the following information and follow the steps outlined below to ensure your timely registration with the Pharmaceutical Society NI.

Registering as a Pharmacist 

To register as a pharmacist with the Pharmaceutical Society NI you must use our online portal. The application portal portal.psni.org.uk/Account/Login will open on the 01 July 2022.

To be eligible to register you will need to have met the following 5 requirements:

  • pass the June Common Registration Assessment;
  • have satisfactorily completed a full 12-months of FTY training (as confirmed by NICPLD);
  • have achieved a final declaration from your ES (as confirmed by NICPLD);
  • submit a fully completed Online Registration Application
  • pay the registration fee (£398) via the online portal

 If your 12-months of Foundation Training ends in July 2022, the following applies to you:

 The Online Registration Application (portal.psni.org.uk/Account/Login) will be open from 01 July 2022.

  • The Common Registration Assessment results will be available on Friday 29 July 2022.
  • On Monday 1 August 2022, we will begin to process all completed applications that we have received before 5:00pm on 15 July 2022, which meet the 5 requirements listed above.
  • We will aim to register all those who have completed the Online Registration Application by 15 July 2022, and who are eligible applicants, on or before 5 August 2022. It is each individual’s responsibility to check the on-line register before practicing.
  • All applications received after 5:00pm on 15July will be processed in the order that they are received. It is each individual’s responsibility to check the on-line register before practicing.
  • We encourage all those who are currently undertaking the Foundation Training Year and want to register to work as a pharmacist in Northern Ireland, to complete their Online Registration Application on or before 5:00pm on 15 July 2022.

Key Dates

01 July 2022                      Online Registration Application opens

15 July 2022                      Cut-off date to ensure registration by 05 August 2022

29 July 2022                      Common Registration Assessment results released

05 August 2022                 Registration date for those eligible applicants who completed an Online                                                                               Registration Application and paid fee by 15 July 2022

If your 12-months of Foundation Training ends in August 2022, the following applies to you:

  •  If your 12-months of Foundation Training ends in August 2022, you have completed the Online Registration Application and meet the requirements outlined above, we will aim to complete registration no later than 10 working days after your last day of training. It is each individual’s responsibility to check the on-line register before practicing.

Registration applications will only be processed once the criteria outlined above have been met and the registration fee has been paid.

If you submitted a Registration Application following the November 2021 assessment but were not eligible to join the register at this point, you must submit a new Registration Application via the online portal.  If you did not request a refund, then you do not need pay the registration application fee.  However, if you were refunded, you will need to complete the Online Registration Application, and pay the registration fee.

Checking the Register

If your training ends in July, and you have successfully completed the Online Registration Application by 15 July 2022, you may be registered before 5 August 2022, and we encourage applicants to check the register between 1 August and 5 August 2022.  You are reminded that it is illegal for you to practice as a pharmacist if your name is not on the register of pharmaceutical chemists.  Before practising as a pharmacist, you must ensure that your name is listed on the online Register via the Search the Register function on our website –  www.psni.org.uk

If you choose not to register upon successful completion of the Foundation Training Year and the CRA

If you do not wish to apply to join the Register on completion of the Foundation Training Year, but intend to do so at a later date, you must:

  • notify the Pre-registration Department by email – pre-registration@psni.org.uk
  • remain on the Student Register;
  • pay an annual retention fee of £10.00 (see Regulation 4 of Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (General) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1994). Please note that you will be invoiced annually; after notifying the pre-registration department, you should pay the registration fee as soon as possible.
  • keep your knowledge and skills up to date in preparation for joining the Register. Please note that you may be required to submit a satisfactory CPD portfolio to the Registrar prior to entry onto the Register.

Please note, to be eligible to join the Register, you must have taken no longer than eight years from the start of the MPharm degree programme to graduation and completion of the Foundation Training Year, or four years from commencement of the Overseas Pharmacist Assessment Programme (OSPAP) route (subject to limited exceptions).

 

If you have accessibility issues, please contact us by one of the following:

Email : registration@psni.org.uk

Phone : 02890 326927 (option 2)

Post:

Registration Department

Pharmaceutical Society NI

73 University Street

Belfast

Co Antrim

BT7 1HL