GPhC suggested pre-reg pharmacists to go for placement if they think it would benefit to prepare for the assessment. Photo: iStock

Pre-registration pharmacists planning to resit the registration assessment for the second or third time in 2020 need not complete a six-month placement anymore, GPhC announced.

In the latest pre-registration manual, published on Monday, the regulator announced the removal of this requirement from the assessment regulations for all sittings from next year.

However, GPhC suggested pre-reg pharmacists to go for placement if they think it would benefit in the preparations for the assessment.

“If you do decide to carry out further pharmacy work experience, you do not need to notify us or provide any information to us about it,” the regulator added.

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