Postgraduate training offered to primary care pharmacists by schools of pharmacy - changes over the last five years

Langley, C.A., Jesson, J.K., Wilson, K.A. and Blenkinsopp, A. (2003). Postgraduate training offered to primary care pharmacists by schools of pharmacy - changes over the last five years. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 11 (S1), R75.

Abstract

Poster session - A review of the postgraduate training courses offered by the 15 schools of pharmacy within Britain was undertaken - The training currently on offer was compared with that offered by the same schools of pharmacy five years ago - It was found that although the numbers of training courses offered by the 15 schools had significantly increased, the orientation of the courses remained more or less as it was five years ago - The increases in the number of courses had not reflected the increased roles that pharmacists currently have and are hoping to undertake in the future - Any new training offered will need to reflect a wider “modernising and managing NHS organisations” agenda

Publication DOI: https://doi.org/10.1211/096176703777341309
Divisions: Life & Health Sciences > Pharmacy
Life & Health Sciences
Aston Business School
Full Text Link: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1211/096176703777341309/abstract
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Published Date: 2003-09
Authors: Langley, C.A. ( 0000-0002-0178-3778)
Jesson, J.K.
Wilson, K.A.
Blenkinsopp, A.

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