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Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Pharmacy

  • Graduate Certificate

This certificate is designed for registered pharmacists working in an interprofessional healthcare environment. It equips pharmacists with advanced skills in the acquisition and evaluation of medicines information and clinical evidence.

Key details

Degree Type
Graduate Certificate
Duration
0.5 year full-time
Study Mode
In person
Intake Months
Mar, Feb
Domestic Fees
$4,730 per year

About this course

This certificate is designed for registered pharmacists working in an interprofessional healthcare environment. It equips pharmacists with advanced skills in the acquisition and evaluation of medicines information and clinical evidence. It is possible to take a Prescribing specialisation in this certificate. Prescribing will teach you the following:

Study locations

Grafton

Course structure

  • 60-point programme
  • Advanced core courses include medicines information and management, critical appraisal and pharmaceutical care (60 points)

Prescribing

A specialisation in Prescribing is also available and has different requirements and courses. You will need to have already completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy or an equivalent qualification to gain entry.

The specialisation in Prescribing comprises:

  • An advanced taught course covering principles of prescribing (30 points)
  • A prescribing practicum, which is an experiential placement where you will develop experience in prescribing under the overarching guidance of a designated medical prescriber (30 points).

The PGCertClinPharm must be completed in one semester if enrolled full-time or within two years if enrolled part-time.