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RPS conference attendees back idea of prescriber post-nominals


"However, being a member means having a voice in the RPS. You have to be in to win it." Agreed. I'm sure it is a priority for the RPS to maintain and increase membership with a strong vision of professional leadership across all the pharmacy sectors. Should the RPS look into why prescribing pharmacists are not members? I think, and I'm happy to be corrected, that the post-nominal is set by the original authorising body; in this case the academic institution that the prescribing certificate was undertaken. If it not marked on that qualifying paperwork then it may be tricky for post-nominals to be bestowed.

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29 NOV 2019

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