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Love this room, really pleased you created this space! ❤️
Great ideas, Anjlee! Thanks for sharing them.
I definitely want to work with NAWP - think it's a great organisation and always good to work with others on shared goals. Perhaps a future guest idea on the A Coffee With podcast?
We agree that giving women on this platform the chance to chat with each other is a fantastic opportunity. Is there a conversation you'd particularly like to start? If so, just click on 'Start a conversation' on the top right and you're away. Can't wait to see some of the issues discussed here over the coming days and weeks as these will definitely feed in to our strategy for this platform. Watch this space!
The exam is there for a reason. It is there to ensure that there is a minimum standard of competence for those who are practising. It has nothing to do with being there "just for the sake of it". More importantly, it allows the public to have confidence that a person who has sat the exam and has passed is competent to practise. The GPhC are there to 1. Protect the public, 2. Maintain public confidence in the profession and 3. To maintain and declare proper standards within the profession. The exam fulfils as 3 of these criteria.
Hi Paul, thanks for this - apologies for the confusion, the debate is being held on this page https://community.chemistanddruggist.co.uk/rooms/the-big-debate/conversations/31129
Please copy and paste this comment into the debate :)