The Council agreed, at the February 2009 Council meeting, to send theSociety’s report, “A draft model for revalidation in pharmacy”, to theDepartment of Health
The Council agreed, at the February 2009 Council meeting, to send the Society’s report, “A draft model for revalidation in pharmacy” ( 450K), to the Department of Health.
The report aims to establish the foundations for a pharmacy revalidation model and identifies the next steps in developing and testing such a model. It also identifies research required to inform decision-making on revalidation.
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