University of Bradford

Clinical Pharmacy (Secondary Care) MSc

University of Bradford
In Bradford

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Typology Master
Location Bradford
Duration 3 Years
Start Different dates available
  • Master
  • Bradford
  • Duration:
    3 Years
  • Start:
    Different dates available
Description

This programme allows you to complete the Foundation Pharmacy Framework and develop the clinical, personal and managerial skills you need to progress in your career in hospital pharmacy in the UK.
This programme will help you to improve and apply your knowledge of clinical pharmacy, consultation skills and working in the modern NHS in order to deliver patient-centred care.
You will develop:
The ability to solve complex problems and justify your decisions
The confidence and ability to communicate effectively with patients and healthcare professionals
The ability to reflect on your practice to inform your professional development
There is also the opportunity to choose an optional component in the second year. Options include ‘Prescribing for Pharmacists’ as well as modules in Aseptics, Service Improvement, Leadership and Management and Change Management.
The course is relevant to registered pharmacists (including newly qualified) currently working in hospital pharmacy.

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Location

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Bradford (West Yorkshire)
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Richmond Road, BD7 1DP

Starts

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What you'll learn on the course

Management
Risk
Leadership
Secondary
Quality
Clinical Pharmacy
NHS Training
Quality Training
Health Care
Clinical Practice

Course programme

The modules for this course can be found in the latest programme specification.

This programme has been designed in collaboration with local employers and will enable you to attain the skills and knowledge necessary for career progression through the NHS Employers Agenda for Change bandings.

Areas covered include the pharmaceutical management of patients with a broad range of clinical problems as well as the organisational culture associated with working as a pharmacist in the NHS and the consultation and communication skills required to deliver patient-centred care. Students also have a choice of optional modules to increase their knowledge and skills in other areas of interest. Prior experience in secondary care practice is not essential but is considered to be an advantage.

Core modules

  • Foundations in Clinical Practice
  • Consultation Skills and Quality of Care
  • Applied Therapeutics
  • Skills for Pharmacy Practice and Research
  • Quality and Service Improvement
  • Quality and Service Improvement Project

Option modules

  • Aseptics in Practice
  • Prescribing for Pharmacists
  • Coaching and Mentoring in Organisations
  • Leadership and Management: Theory and Practice
  • Managing Chance

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