PSNI Consultation on Pharmacist Prescriber Register Annotation

The Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (PSNI) is consulting on legal changes in relation to the annotation of the register of pharmacists who are qualified as independent prescribers, and corresponding changes for supplementary prescribers to ensure a consistent legislative approach to the two groups.

Tue 17th January 2017 The PDA

The Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (PSNI) is consulting on legal changes in relation to the annotation of the register of pharmacists who are qualified as independent prescribers, and corresponding changes for supplementary prescribers.

The PDA was generally supportive of the proposals as they would ensure consistent approach in legislation to both groups. The changes would establish the legal requirements for the annotation of “IP” in the register of pharmacists similar to those for supplementary prescribers.

Read our full response below.

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