This MSc course is for those who have a diploma in clinical pharmacy and are working in a hospital setting.
Building on both academic knowledge and professional experience, it helps you to develop your career in clinical pharmacy and deliver the highest level of patient care.
Our long-term collaboration with teaching hospitals across London and the south-east allows you to gain further clinical experience as you advance to masters level. You will graduate with enhanced career opportunities and a deeper understanding of research methodology.
The MSc is largely vocational, but you also have to undertake a research methods module and research project. The research methods module covers clinical and psycho-social research governance, the use of various measurement tools, protocol writing, data evaluation and statistical analysis.
You will have the support of an academic supervisor throughout the course.
- Research Methods - Research project
Careers and employability
The course allows you to return to your profession with an advanced skill set and a broader range of clinical experience. The research modules on the course also prepare you for doctoral work, should you want to pursue further study.
Degree and/or experience: Applicants should hold a postgraduate diploma in clinical pharmacy, be currently in UK hospital pharmacy practice and be registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council. For non-native speakers of English: IELTS 6.5 overall, with 6.0 in writing and a minimum of 5.5 in the other elements.
Recipient: University of Brighton
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