The Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (PSI) carries out regular public consultations so that the opinion and input of our many stakeholders may be considered in the work we are undertaking. Through our consultations we seek to achieve an understanding of what is important to the general public, and to those working in pharmacy and in other health related roles, and ensure that our stakeholders understand our role and the work that we do.
The PSI, as the pharmacy regulator, acts to protect and promote the health, safety and well-being of patients and the public. Our vision is to ensure that pharmacy services are delivered in a competent, professional and ethical manner and in an appropriate environment, to the highest standards of quality care and best practice.
Public Consultation on Draft Guidelines on the Sale and Supply of Prescribed Medicinal Products from a Retail Pharmacy Business
The PSI is seeking comments on Draft Guidelines on the Sale and Supply of Prescribed Medicinal Products from a Retail Pharmacy Business. The purpose of these guidelines is to facilitate compliance with the personal supervision requirements of the Pharmacy Act 2007 and the Regulation of Retail Pharmacy Businesses Regulations (S.I. No. 488 of 2008), and in particular, Regulation 9.
In order to participate in the consultation process, please complete the following short online questionnaire. Alternatively comments on the draft guidelines are welcome in writing, preferably by email, to email@example.com or by post to:
The Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland,
The closing date for receipt of submissions is 5pm on 24th July 2015.
Following this consultation process and consideration and analysis of submissions received, the draft guidelines will be reviewed and amended as necessary for submission to the PSI Council for its approval. After this review process by Council, the PSI will publish a report summarizing all comments received in response to the public consultation and will publish the finalised guidelines.
PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS AND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION:
note that submissions made to the PSI during its public consultations
are subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2014.
The PSI will also publish on its website a collated version of all
written comments received in response to the public consultation
together with the PSI’s response to those comments.
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