Master of Clinical Pharmacy
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.
Australian Higher Education Loan Program (HELP)
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For more than a century, The University of Queensland (UQ) has delivered knowledge leadership for a better world. The most prestigious and widely recognised rankings of world universities consistently place UQ among the world's top universities. UQ has also won more national teaching awards than any other Australian university. This commitment to quality teaching empowers our 56,000 current students, who study across UQ’s three campuses, to create positive change for society.
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- Learn from innovative online methods that support active learning and skill development.
- Benefit from an interdisciplinary approach that includes input from clinical pharmacists, medical practitioners, specialist nurses and academia.
- Focus your studies on contemporary clinical pharmacy practice in all settings and gain a strong understanding of emerging roles for pharmacists.
- Interact with peers and experts. You can ask questions and learn through interactive modules, online real-time tutorials and group activities.
- Specialist pharmacist
- Director of pharmacy services
- Pharmacy clinical educator
- Clinical team lead
- Pharmacy manager
- Research pharmacist
- Clinical trial pharmacist
To be eligible for entry, you'll need:
- an approved degree and hold a current registration as a pharmacist in country of practice.
You must have a grade point average (GPA) of 5.0 on a 7-point scale in your previous qualification.
English Proficiency Requirements
All applicants must satisfy the UQ English language proficiency requirements for admission.
If you've completed previous study, you may be eligible to receive credit for – or exemption from – certain subjects in a UQ program. Assessment of prior learning and the granting of credit or exemption will be consistent with the Recognition of Prior Learning Policy (limits in section 2.4).
This program provides students with a broad range of knowledge, skills and resources to practise effectively as a clinical pharmacy practitioner involved in the quality use of medicines and pharmaceutical care. These skills include the capacity to individualise, review and monitor a patient's medication regimen; demonstrate effective communication skills in clinical and non-clinical scenarios; critically appraise medical and pharmaceutical literature, as well as to recognise and describe social issues relating to medicine use.
In addition pharmacists will gain insight into contemporary management strategies for pharmacy and health care as well as explore research and evaluation of pharmacy services and practice.
Regular updates of the program integrate emerging clinical evidence and current controversies. A major strength of the program is the emphasis on developing clinical practice and the integration of evidence based medicine.