oa SA Pharmacist's Assistant - SAPC and PSSA - what's the difference? : professional practice
Extracted from text ... A letter received recently referred to SAPA as being the SAPC's journal for pharmacist's assistants. It reminded me that pharmacists and pharmacist's assistants sometimes confuse the SAPC and the PSSA, and that perhaps it is time to reflect on what the two bodies are, what they do and what it means in the life of a pharmacist or a pharmacist's assistant. Statutory vs voluntary Perhaps the most important difference between the two bodies is that the Pharmacy Council is a statutory body, whereas the PSSA is a voluntary association. "Statutory" means that the Pharmacy Council came into existence as ..
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