Association of Pharmacy
Technicians UK (APTUK)
The Professional Leadership Body for Pharmacy Technicians

Pharmacy Technicians

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Thoughts on flu vaccination delivery

Liz Fidler discusses the latest Government consultation on flu vaccination delivery and opportunities for pharmacy technicians.

Career enhancements

As lobbying for pharmacy technicians to be involved in winter immunisation plans ramps up, Liz Fidler discusses this and other opportunities.

Pandemic prioritisation

Equality and inclusivity and PGDs are just two of the things APTUK has been focusing on during lockdown, as Liz Fidler explains.

The three Cs

Liz Fidler explains three of the things she and APTUK are working towards during the current pandemic.

Rightful recognition

Liz Fidler delves further into her discussion about the recognition of pharmacy technicians in the GP contract.

What’s in a name?

Liz Fidler discusses the importance of pharmacy technicians being referred to by their protected title.

Roles and contributions

Liz Fidler discusses transferrable skills and whether the profession’s culture shift over the last 20 years has gone far enough.

Dreaming big

Reflecting on the APTUK conference, Liz Fidler shares her thoughts on what the Association has achieved in the last year and what comes next.

A clear route

Liz Fidler celebrates the development of a new qualification that forges the way for a standardised educational pathway.

Reflect and plan ahead

Tess Fenn looks back at APTUK’s successes in 2018 and considers her own personal New Year’s resolution and what the future holds.

Meeting the standards

The GPhC recently unveiled new standards for pharmacy technician training, representing a giant leap for the profession. 

Supervision: part 2

In her second article on supervision, Tess Fenn discusses potential moves that could enable transformational change of pharmacy practice and greater use of community pharmacy.

Supervision: part 1

In this, the first of two articles on supervision, Tess Fenn discusses why this issue is important and where it fits in with current policy

Professionalism

This learning module focuses on the importance of professionalism.



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