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Develop your clinical practice further on a programme that combines workplace-based learning with academic studies and is mapped to professional development frameworks
MSc Clinical Pharmacy for Secondary and Tertiary Care (PgCert, PgDip) allows you to develop your practice as a clinical pharmacist and is mapped to the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s (RPS) Foundation Pharmacy Framework. The programme caters for pharmacists employed in secondary or tertiary care settings and whilst it is primarily tailored for pharmacists in the early stages of their career, pharmacists at any stage of their career can apply. Highlights of this programme include:
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You will need to be UK registered (GPhC) pharmacist working in Secondary Care role in North West England, with opportunity to contribute to clinical care of patients; honours degree in pharmacy or equivalent; term of employment sufficient to allow completion of registered course. This does not apply to 'top-up' Clinical Pharmacy PgDip to MSc.
If you wish to complete the optional prescribing qualification you must have at least two years of post-registration experience; nominate Designated Medical Practitioner who meets GPhC and University standards and have opportunity to undertake sufficient prescribing practice to meet course requirements.
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