Pharmacists have a unique mix of scientific and professional knowledge which makes them the healthcare experts on medicines. They are the third largest healthcare profession and work in a wide variety of roles in community and primary care pharmacy, hospitals and in the pharmaceutical industry.
The new MPharm degree at Swansea University will be designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge pharmacists will need in the future. The degree will integrate science and practice alongside a strong emphasis on person-centred care.
The NHS is putting a greater emphasis on preventing illness, bringing care closer to people’s homes, reducing our reliance on hospitals and supporting people to manage their own health and wellbeing - the pharmacists of tomorrow will be a crucial part of establishing this new world.
Swansea University Medical School is working towards accreditation of its new MPharm degree by the General Pharmaceutical Council.
- Topics Likely To Be Covered
- The development and use of medicines
- The inter-relationship of biology, chemistry, pharmacology, and pharmaceutical science in pharmacy practice
- Medicine safety and public health
- Patient-centred care in multiple care settings with focus on medicine optimisation
- Community-based care (rural and urban)
- Research skills for innovation in pharmacy
- Intended Start Date
- October 2020
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