With preparation well underway for the GPhC registration exam scheduled for 28 June 2018, we have put together all our relevant articles about the assessment, including tips for pre-registration trainees on how to tackle the calculations paper, general advice about exam preparation and what candidates can expect on the day.
When a preregistration trainee is dissatisfied with their placement, it is important that their employer tries to address the underlying issues.
Pharmacy preregistration trainees may wish to move placements, but the decision to switch should not be made lightly.
Whether new or experienced, there are qualities all excellent preregistration tutors should possess.
The Oriel situational judgement test is designed to determine what action you would take when presented with certain scenarios while working as a preregistration pharmacist. Here is what you need to consider before and during this assessment.
The Oriel numeracy test is designed to examine your ability to solve practice-based calculations. Here is what you need to consider before and during this assessment.
There are several things to consider when preparing for your multiple mini interviews. Here is a guide to help you prepare.
Preferencing the right training providers in Oriel will be one of the most important decisions for a future trainee to make. Here is what students should consider before making that choice.
Pharmacy professionals give their thoughts and advice on the receiving negative comments on social media.
Resources preregistration trainee pharmacists should be aware of and know how to use.
National recruitment to preregistration placements in England and Wales has been conducted through a computerised recruitment tool called ‘Oriel’ for the second consecutive year.
Newly qualified pharmacists Abida Begum and Urvasi Patel share their eight tips for tackling the calculations paper in the GPhC registration assessment.
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Babir Malik’s top tips for approaching the calculations paper in the GPhC registration assessment.
Newly registered pharmacist, Marina Dinithi Goonatilaka, shares her three tips on how to get through the preregistration training year.
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With nonsensical changes to preregistration pharmacist funding, we will struggle to train enough pharmacists to fill expanded roles of today, let alone of the future.
Mahendra Patel urges the pharmacy profession to do more for BAME students.
Aamer Safdar describes the preregistration experience which defined the rest of his career
Education, training and development pharmacist Aamer Safdar shares sage advice for pre-regs worrying about the registration assessment.
Pre-reg pharmacist Gemma Thomas uses her experiences to explain why spending time across the pharmacy sectors is so important to development.
Recently registered pharmacist Sean Quay shares insight into his year as a hospital preregistration trainee.
Tina Chung and Kwok Bun To describe their experience of being one of the first students to graduate from the University of Nottingham’s integrated Master of Pharmacy degree.
Newly registered pharmacist Sean Quay reflects on his experience of this year’s General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) preregistration assessment.