A guide to GPhC investigations and fitness to practise proceedings
As a pharmacist, any complaint or concern which is raised by the General Pharmaceutical Council can be confusing and stressful, particularly because the outcome may have an impact on your ability to earn a living. It is therefore crucial that you take specialist legal advice at an early stage in order to put you in the best possible position to respond to the allegation and to help you to navigate your way through the various stages of the disciplinary process.
Charles Russell Speechlys is the UK's only law firm specialising in providing a full range of legal services to the community pharmacy sector. We have been representing pharmacists in GPhC and Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPSGB) cases for over 50 years.
Please click here to read our guide to GPhC investigations and fitness to practise proceedings.
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