Innovating for the future in pharmacy education

Innovating pharmacy education for the future

There are a number of currents in pharmacy education which demand debate and free examination of ideas. This meeting will gather views not only on crucial undergraduate provision but how there can be a seamless transition into tomorrow’s best practice and ambitions for the profession. 

Delegates can hear views on and debate:

  • Challenges and solutions in undergraduate education and training
  • Practice-academic interactions and working across interfaces
  • How to build for the still unknown future
  • The role the RPS in the definition of educational directions

We will hear from Sandy Florence about the challenges pharmacy education faces and the solutions which we can hope to see develop, we will have Ryan Hamilton, Immediate past president of the BPSA, give his personal reflections of the MPharm Degree as well as Antony Sinclair presenting on ‘Practice-Academic Interactions.’  The second half of our programme will focus on an overarching theme of ‘Working together through integration’ and the day will finish with a panel discussion where we will be engaging delegates for their thoughts on the future of pharmacy education and how innovation can move pharmacy education forward.

Following on from a successful event in 2012, we are currently in the process of organising our 2013 'Innovating Pharmacy Education for the Future' course.

If you would like to register your interest for next year's course, please email and we will send you further details when the date and location of the course has been confirmed.

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