Online Public Panel

The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) are recruiting members of the public to join an online public panel to help them find out what people think about pharmacy services and about their work.
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The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) is the regulator for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacies in Great Britain. They are recruiting members of the public to join an online public panel to help them find out what people think about pharmacy services and about their work.

As a panel member, you will be asked to complete different online activities like completing a survey or reading a short document and answering some questions. You may occasionally be invited to take part in other activities like phone interviews or attending a focus group.

For each activity you will receive online Love2Shop voucher codes as a thank you for participating. The amount you receive will depend on the type of activity and how long it takes.

Activities will be offered on an ad-hoc basis. Sometimes the whole panel will be asked to participate, and sometimes a random sample or a targeted group, for example people in a particular age group.

How to join...

To join the panel, complete this survey:
https://surveys.pharmacyregulation.org/s/online-public-pan…/

They are offering everyone who signs up £5 of vouchers, which you will receive once you complete your first activity. The survey asks you to provide your contact details, some demographic questions, such as your age, and some special category questions, such as whether you are a parent or carer. They are asking these questions to make sure that GPhC have a wide range of people represented on the panel, and also so that they can target some activities at specific groups of people.

The survey results will always be anonymous, and they will not share your personal data with any other organisations. You can withdraw from the panel at any time, and your data will be deleted.

*If you have any questions about joining the online panel, contact laura.oakley@pharmacyregulation.org

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