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The Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) has stressed the value of having an active pharmacist independent prescriber (IP) involved in supervising IPs in training, saying that it will provide additional capacity for more pharmacists to become prescribers.

“Extending supervision rights for experienced pharmacist independent prescribers (IPs) would provide additional capacity for training more pharmacist IPs,” says Elen Jones, practice and policy lead for RPS Wales

Source  Royal Pharmaceutical Society