Ms T. Fenn. MAPharmT President, Association of Pharmacy Technicians UK Tess has worked in the hospital, academia, community and primary care sectors during her career as a pharmacy technician. She has led on pharmacy technician & support staff development, CPD and quality assurance of vocational qualifications. Tess has been an active member of the Association of Pharmacy Technicians UK, holding the posts of Education Officer & Vice President and is now the President. Tess is also the secretary for the European Association of Pharmacy Technicians.
Pharmacists need to collaborate with pharmacy technicians and support staff to enable safe and effective delegationSubscription
To realise new ways of working means moving away from traditional professional boundaries and enabling the pharmacy workforce to take on different roles if it benefits patients.
Pharmacy technicians and the RPSSubscription
Howard McNulty makes some relevant points in his recent letter (2014:293:151). Times and attitudes have changed since the separation of the regulatory and professional body of the old Royal Pharmaceutical Society. During the intervening period, the Association of Pharmacy Technicians UK (APTUK) has been working hard to communica