Clinical Pharmacy Practice modules
Individual modules are available to study by practising healthcare professionals (in a patient facing role) who have studied to at least undergraduate degree level, or who have at least 5 years experience of practising in their field. Please see the module entry requirements for each individual module for further information. However if you wish to study towards a Clinical Pharmacy Practice award you must be a registered pharmacist.
This is the full list of Clinical Pharmacy Practice modules that we provide.
To apply for a module, please click on the relevant online application form on the Clinical Pharmacy Practice course page.
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- Cardiovascular Disease 1
- Cardiovascular Disease 2
- Central Nervous System Diseases
- Child Health
- Critical Care and Parenteral Nutrition (Secondary Care Module)
- Education Theory and Practice for Health Professionals
- Endocrine Disease
- Gastointestinal Disease
- Hepatic Disease (Secondary Care Module)
- Independent Prescribing Preparatory Course for Pharmacists
- Introduction to Public Health (Primary Care Module)
- Introduction to Working in General Practice (Primary Care Module)
- Joint and Bone Disease
- Leadership and Change Management
- Malignant Disease
- Mental Health
- Monitoring Therapy
- Patient Centred Care and Medicines Optimisation (Secondary Care Module)
- Personal Effectiveness and Collaborative Working
- Quality in Healthcare & Evidence Based Practice
- Rational Prescribing and Medicines Optimisation
- Renal Disease (Secondary Care Module)
- Respiratory Disease
- Sexual Health (Primary Care Module)
- Surgical (Secondary Care Module)
- Travel Health (Primary Care Module)
- Women's Health (Primary Care Module)