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RPS conference attendees back idea of prescriber post-nominals

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Hi Rajit, Personally speaking, I think RPS membership is something out of the equation here. I think it is important to have strong leadership body for the profession, and I think the RPS is the right organisation to lead on this. I hope that non-members can also make their views known. However, being a member means having a voice in the RPS. You have to be in to win it. You make a good point. I wasn't bestowed with any post-nominals upon qualifying as an independent prescriber. Does that mean I get to use those? Or does that mean I make my own post nominals? Or do I have no postnominals at all, even though I have the same qualification from an accredited education institution? This is the issue.

Posted date

25 NOV 2019

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12:15

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