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TCD MSc in Hospital Pharmacy

  • 22 May 2019 9:56 AM
    Message # 7355626
    • Applications are invited for the two-year (part-time) MSc in Hospital Pharmacy taught course, leading to a Master’s Degree in Hospital Pharmacy, commencing in January 2020.



    • Eligible candidates must hold a first or second class (Grade 1) honours degree (or equivalent) in Pharmacy.
    • Candidates must be registered (or eligible to be registered) with the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland before the January 2020 course start date (see http://www.thepsi.ie/gns/home.aspx).
    • Candidates must have one year's hospital pharmacy practice experience (this may include a hospital intern year).
    • Interviews will be held for training places in the following course approved hospitals: Beaumont Hospital, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, St. James's Hospital, St. Vincent's University Hospital, Tallaght University Hospital and Midland Regional Hospital Tullamore. The successful applicants will be based in full-time employment in one of the participating hospitals for the two-year duration of the course.


About the association

The Hospital Pharmacists Association of Ireland (HPAI) is a voluntary organisation that represents it members on issues relevant to hospital pharmacists.

Mission Statement

The Hospital Pharmacists Association of Ireland exists to:

  • further the development of hospital pharmacy practices.
  • assist in the provision of continuing pharmaceutical education.
  • represent the views of the hospital pharmacist on issues of relevance to hospital pharmacy.
  • advance the professional welfare of our members

Contacts

MembershipHPAI@gmail.com


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