Community Pharmacist training in Exeter

Community Pharmacist training in Exeter

December 3, 2018

Apply now to the University of Exeter for a HEE funded place on our PG Certificate in Clinical Pharmacy

Our next round of applications closes: 25th January 2019

Optional modules:

From Theory to Practice to Quality: Workshop days; 4th & 5th Feb

Acute presentations in Practice: Worksop days 11th Feb & 27th Feb

Core modules include:-

Skills for Patient-centred Care: Workshop days: May 14th & May 15th

Applied Therapeutics: September 2019

Long-term Condition Care 1: November 2019

Our courses are designed to help you develop your clinical knowledge, skills and reasoning to build on your medication expertise.

Case-based discussions, clinical skills training and simulated tasks are central features of our courses

You can take modules as CPD or gain credit towards a PG Cert or Diploma

You will need employer support and to meet the HEE eligibility criteria to be awarded a funded place

For informal enquiries, please email Laura Sims MBBS MRCGP DipMedEd SFHEA

Pharmacy Education Development Lead

Clinical Senior Lecturer | College of Medicine and Health

University of Exeter| St Luke’s Campus| Exeter EX1 2LU

01392 725704 | 07885 649030

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