Valeria FioreDeputy news editor, Chemist+Druggist
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If you passed, congratulations! What are your top tips for candidates planning to sit the assessment in July or November? If you were unsuccessful this time, don’t worry. Not only were you among the first to sit a brand-new GPhC exam format, but also you did that in the middle of a pandemic, which is unprecedented. Browse the C+D Community for support and guidance on what to do next.
2020 was an unprecedented year for pharmacy teams across the UK and C+D's Salary Survey revealed the impact the added workload and stresses is having on pharmacists' and pharmacy staff's health and wellbeing. April marks stress awareness month, so C+D is asking you to share your tips and advice on maintaining your and your team's mental wellbeing in these high pressured times.
The Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS) officially launched in England on October 29, 2019. NHS England’s deputy chief pharmaceutical officer Bruce Warner heralded the introduction of the service as a “major step change” for the NHS. Fast-forwarding to over one year after its launch, C+D publishes its analysis of the first 12 months of the CPCS. Keep your eyes peeled for more CPCS content on both our main website and the C+D community. Help us get the discussion going by sharing what your experience of this service has been like so far!