The campaign to co-ordinate the number of pharmacy students, pre-reg places and pharmacist jobs.
Tue 6th January 2015
The PDA provides advice for members on the actions they can take following a statement from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills that there is to be no cap on the number of pharmacy students.
Mon 18th November 2013
The PDA has made a number of proposals for tackling the looming crisis created by an over-supply of pharmacists.
Fri 15th November 2013
The government now recognises that Schools of Pharmacy are producing too many graduates. But what is to be done? The PDA has submitted it proposals.
Mon 22nd July 2013
The issue of "Too Many Pharmacists" was the focus of several PDA member conferences in 2012 and led to the development of a seven point plan.
Thu 10th January 2013
This issue was the focus of several PDA member conferences in 2012 and led to the development of a seven point plan.
In 1999, the pharmacy undergraduate population was 5,534; in 2009 it stands at 13,026 and the number of pharmacy schools is set to increase still further. The PDA's Conferences in England and Wales considered this subject and explored possible solutions
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