P-Medicines on Self Selection
The PDA is campaigning against proposals to display P medicines on self-selection.
Tue 23rd July 2013
The Pharmacists' Defence Association (PDA) is urging pharmacists to sign a petition against proposals that will allow the owners of pharmacies to display Pharmacy category medicines on self-selection, giving open access to the public.
Fri 12th July 2013
The PDA is urging pharmacists to sign a petition against proposals that will allow the owners of pharmacies to display P medicines on self-selection.
Mon 29th April 2013
At a January meeting involving senior officials of the GPhC, the RPS and PDA expressed their concerns about the GPhC proposal to allow P-medicines on self-selection.
Mon 17th September 2012
In its submission to the GPhC consultation on standards for registered pharmacies, the PDA was not alone in setting out its very firm objections to the notion that P medicines should be allowed on self-selection in community pharmacies.
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