Community Pharmacy Public Health Services University of Manchester

This postgraduate qualification provides pharmacists with the knowledge and skills to direct and deliver efficient and effective community pharmacy public health services. It aims to instil professionals with the confidence to actively seek out opportunities to be the chosen first class provider of public health services in new world commissioning.The programme consists of core and optional units. Students will be able to choose a number of optional units that meet their specific learning needs from a range of community pharmacy public health service areas.This is a completely online programme which is accessible from home PCs. In most cases students have complete flexibility about when to undertake their learning; however there will be some activities which require being online at specific times.

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  • MSc
  • English
  • Part time
  • 36 Months
Aims
  • Acquire and develop an advanced knowledge and in-depth understanding of the national public health agenda and the innovative contributions that community pharmacists can provide.
  • Acquire and develop the advanced skills to make an effective contribution to improving the public health of their local population.
  • Demonstrate the ability to work as an advanced community pharmacy public health practitioner to ensure the delivery of high quality, evidence-based services that meet national and local policies.
  • Identify their own learning needs, develop themselves as critically reflective practitioners and advance their own learning to sustain continuing professional development.

This postgraduate qualification provides pharmacists with the knowledge and skills to direct and deliver efficient and effective community pharmacy public health services. It aims to instil professionals with the confidence to actively seek out opportunities to be the chosen first class provider of public health services in new world commissioning.

The programme consists of core and optional units. 

  • have an honours degree in pharmacy usually at a minimum level of 2:2
  • be registered as a pharmacist with the General Pharmaceutical Council (UK) or equivalent regulatory authority in the students home country for overseas students
  • be in employment in the community healthcare pharmacy sector or have access to an appropriate area of practice whilst enrolled on the programme
  • submit a written document to support their application which gives a review of their pharmacy experience, their reason/s for undertaking the programme and their expectations of what they hope to gain from the programme.
Admission Requirements:
  • Bachelor
Cost of the master: Not declared
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