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Pharmacy education (meeting reports)

The impact of the White Paper’s recommendations for pharmacy education in England formed the core of a joint one day symposium (10 November 2008) held by the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. Chris Cairns reports

by Chris Cairns

The impact of the White Paper’s recommendations for pharmacy educationin England formed the core of a recent joint one day symposium held bythe Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Royal PharmaceuticalSociety. Chris Cairns reports

Equipping pharmacy undergraduates to deal with life on the Jubilee Line!

Undesirable behaviours in pharmacy students

Perspectives from end users of the MPharm

How should the MPharm course be funded?

How professionalism could be taught or developed

From “knows” to “knows how”, and “shows how” to “does”

 

The one day symposium was organised by the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society took place at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s London headquarters on 10 November 2008

Citation: The Pharmaceutical Journal URI: 10040694

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