Medicines Optimisation, PGCert/PGDip/MSc

University of Greenwich

5001-6000 €

Beschreibung

  • Tipologie

    Postgraduate

  • Dauer

    2

  • Beginn

    01/10/2020

Beschreibung

Overview
Medicines management describes a system of processes and behaviours that determines how medicines are used by patients and the NHS. Effective medicines management places the patient as the primary focus of interventions by health care professionals and is a key driver for NHS modernisation in the UK.
The Medway School of Pharmacy's innovative postgraduate distance-learning programme in Medicines Management equips healthcare professionals with the skills and knowledge to contribute effectively to medicines management services and to individual drug therapy decisions in primary and secondary care.
The programme is delivered by flexible learning and is structured to enable the student to incorporate learning directly into the workplace. The material provided for self-study is designed for use by all health professionals involved in medicines management and reflects the most recent evidence and practice.
Pathways to MSc award
There are two main pathways to the qualification of MSc Medicines Management. Students can either take the PGCert Independent/Supplementary Prescribing and then continue with compulsory and optional courses reach Diploma level or they can complete optional and compulsory courses to reach achieve both Certificate and Diploma.
A research project and dissertation is required to complete the MSc. Regardless of the pathway chosen, course options allow students to achieve personal goals within the credit totals for each stage of the degree. They can thus provide a valuable means of supporting continuing professional development or can be used as a training package to support service developments in primary or secondary care.
Outcomes
The aims of the programme are to:
Equip health care professionals with the skills and knowledge to contribute effectively to medicines management services and to individual drug therapy decisions in primary and secondary care
Incorporate learning directly into the workplace and enable the student to rise...

Wichtige informationen

Welche Ziele verfolgt der Kurs?:
Applicants must be pharmacists, nurses or allied health professionals (AHPs) registered with the relevant UK professional body and working in the NHS or similar UK-based health system providing direct patient care.They must have a first degree in a relevant subject from an EU university. Equivalent qualifications from a non-EU university may be acceptable, but this will be assessed on an individual basis.Students must have direct access to patients in order to complete the assignments in many of the courses.




For more information, contact or 020 8331 9000.
You can also read the admissions policy.



Einrichtungen

Lage

Beginn

Beginn

01 Okt. 2020 Anmeldung möglich

Themen

  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Project
  • Medication
  • NHS Training
  • Communication Training
  • Project
  • Primary

Inhalte

Year 1

Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.

  • Medicines Management in Practice (10 credits)
  • Consultation and Communication in Practice: Patients as Partners (10 credits)

Module details not found - please contact the Enquiry Unit on 020 8331 9000 or for more information.

Year 2

Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.

  • Using Evidence Effectively (10 credits)
  • Medication Review in Practice (10 credits)

Module details not found - please contact the Enquiry Unit on 020 8331 9000 or for more information.

Year 3

Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.

  • Research Project (60 credits)

Year 1

Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.

  • Medicines Management in Practice (10 credits)
  • Consultation and Communication in Practice: Patients as Partners (10 credits)
  • Medicines Management in Practice (10 credits)
  • Medicines Management in Practice
  • Consultation and Communication in Practice: Patients as Partners (10 credits)
  • Consultation and Communication in Practice: Patients as Partners

    Module details not found - please contact the Enquiry Unit on 020 8331 9000 or for more information.

    Year 2

    Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.

    • Using Evidence Effectively (10 credits)
    • Medication Review in Practice (10 credits)
  • Using Evidence Effectively (10 credits)
  • Using Evidence Effectively
  • Medication Review in Practice (10 credits)
  • Medication Review in Practice

    Module details not found - please contact the Enquiry Unit on 020 8331 9000 or for more information.

    Year 3

    Students are required to study the following compulsory modules.

    • Research Project (60 credits)
  • Research Project (60 credits)
  • Research Project

    Medicines Optimisation, PGCert/PGDip/MSc

    5001-6000 €