Promoting and supporting the work of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians  in supportive and palliative care
Sharing knowledge and expert practice in supportive and palliative care
Networking and peer support
Professional development
Educational events
Work in partnership and collaborate to promote the role of pharmacy in supportive and palliative care
Influence national strategies and consultations
Support and encourage research to establish best practice

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Sharing Knowledge And Expertise In Supportive & Palliative Care

Educational Events

Working To Develop Knowledge & Education In Supportive & Palliative Care

Networking & Peer Support

Providing Excellent Professional Networking & Peer Support

Professional Development

Working To Aid Professional Development In Supportive & Palliative Care

National Influence

Working And Influencing Supportive & Palliative Care Nationwide

Collaborate & Promote

Collaborating With The Community To Promote Supportive & Palliative Care

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For hospice, hospital, community, clinical commissioning groups, research & academic pharmacy professionals working in with Palliative or Supportive Care.

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    ASPCP Conference 2018 Presentations

    For those members attending the ASPCP annual conference this Thursday in Birmingham you can access presentations from the members events page here. More presentations will be uploaded as these become available. Note that hard copies of presentations will not be...

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      • Pharmacy bodies join together to support pharmacy sector to learn from failures of care at Gosport
        by bbellars on February 12, 2019 at 10:21 am

        The General Pharmaceutical Council, Royal Pharmaceutical Society and Association of Pharmacy Technicians in the UK have joined together to publish a reflection and learning resource to support everyone across the pharmacy to learn the lessons from the Gosport Independent Panel report. […]

      • Joint statement from the GPhC and RPS on the safety features under the Falsified Medicines Directive coming into force
        by MiranHassan on February 8, 2019 at 11:50 am

        Joint statement from the General Pharmaceutical Council and Royal Pharmaceutical Society on the safety features under the Falsified Medicines Directive coming into force The legal requirements of the safety features Delegated Regulation under the Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD) will be in force from 9 February 2019 onwards.  The chief executives of the GPhC and RPS met earlier this week to discuss professional concerns around FMD implementation. Duncan Rudkin, Chief Executive of the General Pharmaceutical Council, said: […]

      • GPhC council meeting on 7 February 2019
        by MiranHassan on February 4, 2019 at 3:29 pm

        Our next council meeting takes place on Thursday 7 February 2019. Read the agenda and papers for the meeting. You can follow the meeting live from our twitter account […]

      • Safety features Delegated Regulation under the Falsified Medicines Directive: Joint statement from the MHRA and GPhC
        by MiranHassan on January 17, 2019 at 10:28 am

        Roles of the regulators as FMD legislation comes into force  On 9 February 2019 the legal requirements of the safety features Delegated Regulation under the Falsified Medicines Directive (FMD) come into force. All health and care providers, including registered pharmacies, are expected to meet the requirements under UK law.&nbs […]

      • More data on June 2018 registration assessment performance
        by suzannah.nobbs on January 14, 2019 at 11:21 am

        We have released more data about the performance of candidates in the June 2018 registration assessment, including: first attempt candidates’ percentage pass rate by training provider anonymised marks of individual candidates who passed the assessment at the first attempt and trained in either hospital or community settings, as well as the school of pharmacy where they studied To protect candidates’ personal data, the information includes only those statistics where individual candidates cannot be identified. […]