About TSET
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Who We Are

 

The Technical Specialist Education and Training Group was originally founded to address manpower issues for the various pharmaceutical technical specialist roles in the NHS, the Group has developed a vital role in identifying training requirements and stimulating the provision of targeted education programmes. 
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The Group was initially a joint working party of the NHS Pharmaceutical Production, Quality Control and Radiopharmacy Committees and contains representatives of linked organisations.

Current linked organisations include NHS Education and Development Committee, PTQA Administration, British Parenteral Nutrition Group, British Oncology Pharmacist Group and other specialists from Academia, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

 

TSET Structure

TSET is made up of a committee of active, pharmaceutical technical specialists, who represent the principal specialist areas of hospital based pharmaceutical production, (sterile, aseptic and non-sterile), radiopharmacy and quality control.

In addition, representatives of organisations with a common or linked interest in continuing professional education in this field are included in the group's committee and activities.

Current membership or support is taken from the following groups and committees-

  • NHS National Production Committee

  • NHS National QA Committee

  • UK Radiopharmacy Group

  • NHS Pharmacy Education and Development Committee (PEDC)

  • Pharmaceutical Aseptics Group (PASG)

  • British Oncology Pharmacy Association (BOPA)

  • British Pharmaceutical Nutrition Group (BPNG)

  • Scottish Society for Contamination Control (S2C2)

  • Royal Pharmaceutical Society - Department of Education and Training (RPS)

  • Leeds University- Department of Continuing Professional Development
  • PTQA Committee 
  • Association of Pharmacy Technicians (APTUK)

In addition there are further members as deemed appropriate, co opted for particular work streams.

You can find out more about the TSET members here