GPhC—Decisions of the Fitness to Practise Committee
Produced in partnership with Blake Morgan LLP
GPhC—Decisions of the Fitness to Practise Committee

The following Corporate Crime guidance note Produced in partnership with Blake Morgan LLP provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • GPhC—Decisions of the Fitness to Practise Committee
  • Decisions of the Fitness to Practise Committee
  • Decisions on sanction
  • Conditional entry on the Register
  • Interim measures
  • Costs
  • Appeal

For information on the role, powers and procedures of the Fitness to Practise Committee of the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC), see Practice Note: GPhC—Fitness to Practise Committee.

Decisions of the Fitness to Practise Committee

If the Fitness to Practise Committee (FtPC) determines that the fitness to practise of the person concerned is impaired, it may:

  1. give a warning to the person concerned in connection with any matter arising out of, or related to, the allegation and give a direction that details of the warning be recorded in the Register

  2. give advice to any other person or other body involved in the investigation of the allegation on any issue arising out of, or related to, the allegation

  3. give a direction that the entry in the Register of the person concerned be removed

  4. give a direction that the entry in the Register of the person concerned be suspended, for such period not exceeding 12 months, as may be specified in the direction, or

  5. give a direction that the entry in the Register of the person concerned be conditional upon that person complying, during such period not exceeding three years as may be specified in the direction, with such requirements specified in the direction as the FtPC thinks fit to impose for the protection of the public or otherwise in the public interest