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.
If you don’t need an academic qualification or academic credits then you can chose to study our modules as CPD short courses. These CPD short courses are open to all practising healthcare professionals.
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
- Education Theory and Practice for Health Professionals
- Endocrine Disease
- Evaluating Practice
- Gastointestinal Disease
- Hepatic Disease
- Independent Prescribing Preparatory Course for Pharmacists
- Introduction to Hospital Clinical Pharmacy
- Introduction to Public Health
- Introduction to Working in General Practice
- Joint and Bone Disease
- Leadership and Change Management
- Malignant Disease
- Mental Health
- Monitoring Therapy
- Patient Centred Care and Medicines Optimisation
- Personal Effectiveness and Collaborative Working
- Quality in Healthcare & Evidence Based Practice
- Rational Prescribing and Medicines Optimisation
- Renal Disease
- Respiratory Disease
- Women's Health