Pharm-Assist Placement Based Learning Within the Undergraduate Pharmacy MPharm Degree at the University of Wolverhampton Naz Khideja and David Gay Pharmacy Dept MPharm Degree 4 year programme Safe and effective practitioners Role has moved away from just dispensing Undergraduate programme must reflect and prepare students fro the changing climate A fifth year pre-registration Areas of Pharmacy Community pharmacy Clinical hospital pharmacy Industry Primary care pharmacy Others Placement Programme Visit Year of course Number Group Size Module towards which visit shall contribute of visits C 1 1 1 Introduction to Pharmacy Practice H 1 6 C 2 1 1 Pharmacy Practice II H 1 6 Pharmacy Practice II C 3 1 1 Clinical Pharmacy I H 8 6 C 4 1 1 Clinical Pharmacy II H 8 6 PCT/ 1 4 GP-P Community Pharmacy Year 1 – Introduction Year 2 – Counselling Year 3 – Clinical services Year 4 – Pharmacy and public health Lloyds Pharmacy, Midcounties Co-op, The Co-operative, CG Murrays Healthcare, Adam Myers, Priory Pharmacy etc Other sectors Hospital – New cross hospital – Manor hospital – Russells Hall hospital Primary Care - PCTs – Walsall, South Staffs, Dudley, Wolverhampton, Sandwell, Telford and Wrekin Feedback and Evaluation Student – Positive influence – Enjoyable experience – Contextualises learning Mentors – Helps with CPD – Up to date knowledge Other Support Vacational Work Careers fair Prizes sponsored by local stakeholders Further Research Do placement providers recruit from undergraduate placements? Do placements affect student choice of future profession branch? Are placements representative of the pharmacist role? Questions?
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