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The Pharmacist’s sister event given RPS accreditation

By Beth Kennedy

09 May 2018

The Pharmacist’s sister event Pharmacy Forward has received accreditation from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS).

Pharmacy Forward, which takes place on Sunday 10 June in Birmingham, includes sessions on pharmacy flu jabs, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), revalidation and stock shortages.

The RPS is committed to raising the standards of education and training to support the professional development of their members, giving clear guidance on how to access quality assured education and training. RPS accreditation identifies high quality materials, training providers and events and we are delighted to announce that Pharmacy Forward 2018 has received accreditation.

The event has proven its credibility through the expert pharmacists sitting on the advisory board, the content on the agenda has been influenced by audience feedback to ensure it meets requirements and is in line with current compliance and professional issues; and we have worked with local LPCs to ensure the event meets your learning needs.

We hope that the RPS accreditation gives you added confidence in the CPD opportunities presented at Pharmacy Forward and that you will join us there on 10 June. We will be offering clinical refreshers, business workshops and compliance updates, as well as offering networking opportunities, time to meet with innovative suppliers, and of course a free lunch!

To book your free place, visit: quoting RPS when booking.

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