Revalidation 2019: what you need to know, and do next

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Revalidation 2019: what you need to know, and do next

06 Oct 2019
KEYNOTE THEATRE
An outline of revalidation for pharmacy professionals, with a focus on peer discussion and reflective account. Once revalidation is fully implemented, all pharmacy professionals will have to complete and submit four CPD records, a record of a peer discussion and a record of a reflective account each year when they renew their registration. Pharmacy professionals will need to demonstrate in their records how these activities have benefited people using pharmacy services.
Speakers
Mr Mark Voce, Director of Education and Standards - General Pharmaceutical Council
Ramandeep Sandhu, Advanced Clinical Practitioner, Teaching Fellow and Senior Practice Pharmacist - Lakeside Medical Centre, South Doc Services, and Aston University

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