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Course results for Pharmacy Degrees

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  • University of Queensland

    UOQ-CLP-MAS | Postgraduate

    Gain contemporary management strategies for pharmaceutical care

    In this 8-subject course, you’ll not only learn to review and monitor patients’ medications. You’ll further your ability to critique and analyse pharmacy services so that you can provide a managerial approach to care. 

  • University of Queensland

    Practise as a clinical pharmacy practitioner

    Over four subjects you will gain the skills to take a tailored approach to reviewing and monitoring your patients’ medications. Learn approaches in communication for that will empower you to describe issues relating to medicine use. 

  • University of Tasmania

    Upskill as a nurse and get even better at patient care

    If you’re a registered nurse and you’d like to deepen your knowledge about medication management, then this is the course for you. Explore how the body reacts to different drugs. Learn how to develop individualised medication plans for patients in your specialty area.

  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-PHA-DIP | Undergraduate

    Launch your career as a pharmacy assistant or technician

    Gain entry into pharmacy as an assistant or technician, or enhance your employability within the primary care sector with this set of mathematics and science skills.

  • University of Tasmania

    TAS-CPH-GDI | Postgraduate

    Deepen your pharmaceutical knowledge and increase your career options

    Further your education as a registered pharmacist to pursue more senior clinical roles. Explore adverse drug reactions and common clinical pharmacy issues. Learn how to improve the pharmaceutical care of patients with complex needs.

  • University of Tasmania

    Upskill as a registered pharmacist

    Continue to develop your clinical pharmacy and research skills. Explore medication management for a wide range of illnesses, from cardiovascular disease to psychiatric disorders. Upon completion, those interested can proceed into the Graduate Diploma.