Year 1 of the MSc Pharmacy Practice develops the knowledge and understanding of the scientific principles that are required to practice as a clinical Pharmacist in a professional manner.
Year 2 of the MSc Pharmacy Practice develops the Pharmacist's skills to pharmaceutically manage a variety of common long term and acute conditions.
Year 3 of the MSc Pharmacy Practice focuses on developing the research skills of the Pharmacist.
The course works on a philosophy of student centred workplace learning. The ethos and culture of the course is to enhance and develop self reliance and an adult approach to learning in support of continuing professional development.
It is anticipated that a pharmacist undertaking this MSc programme will normally take three years to complete. Students can exit at Year 1 with a Certificate in Pharmacy Practice or at Year 2 with a Diploma in Pharmacy Practice.
The primary aim of the MSc Pharmacy Practice is to equip pharmacist practitioners with the core skills and competencies they require to deliver safe and effective pharmaceutical care in their practice setting.
Our school, at the University of Hertfordshire offers world-class teaching and learning facilities, including Europe's largest medical simulation laboratory.
The course has been developed in partnership with Joint Programmes Board (JPB) London, East and South East England.
Be a registered pharmacist with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC). In addition, practitioners must have a practice site from which to operate and access to patient data, and access to a practice tutor. Both practice site and tutor will have to undergo accreditation by the University of Hertfordshire.
Recipient: University of Hertfordshire
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