Category list : Distance education
Under a new agreement between Robert Gordon University and the Austrian Association of Employed Pharmacists, Austrian pharmacists will have the opportunity to study for Robert Gordon University’s MSc in Clinical Pharmacy Practice.
Structured training for community pharmacy staff Subscription
Finding the time and money to train pharmacists and pharmacy team members is not easy but there are business advantages of having well-trained staff, including a more knowledgeable and productive workforce.
How to use the BNF Subscription
The Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) has launched a new distance e-learning programme called ‘How to use the BNF’. The programme explores the recent changes in the structure of content in the British National Formulary (BNF). The programme can be accessed on the CPPE website.
How to balance studying with working as a pharmacist Subscription
Clinical diplomas, management courses and other advanced learning programmes can improve pharmacists’ knowledge and skills. But juggling work, learning and other responsibilities can be challenging — this article provides practical tips and guidance from those who have done it.
Repeat dispensing e-learning programme Subscription
The Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) has developed a new e-learning programme to help community pharmacists provide a safe and efficient repeat dispensing service, explain repeat dispensing and its benefits to patients and prescribers, and use paper-based and electronic repeat dispensing. The programme is available from the CPPE website.
MOOCing a change — using online courses to enhance your learning and reach a wider audience Subscription
Massive open online courses present learners with a new way to access information and interact with other participants. Setting one up can help you reach a diverse global audience.
Since the launch of the new Pharmaceutical-journal.com platform in July 2014, a number of our users have been requesting us to bring back the PDF files, especially for Learning and CPD articles. While we have been trying to answer those queries on a case-by-case basis, I thought maybe we should explain our rationale for the decision not to include PDF files of the articles that already exist online.