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  • Allocated within research areas in the schoolWide area of choice
  • The state of the art £500,000 Quorum Technologies PP3000T Cryo Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) sample preparation system is the first operational instrument of its kind installed in the world.
  • Laboratories - including a pharmacology laboratory; a nuclear magnetic resonance suite; a clinical skills laboratory.Practical laboratory sessions and workshops help students to reinforce knowledge learnt in lectures and tutorials.
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  • Pharmacy students are filmed when practicing consultation skills so they receive immediate feedback.
  • Active Pharmacy volunteering scheme provides experience of working with real patients in a variety of care settings.
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  • Pharmacy MPharm 2014

    1. 1. Master of Pharmacy with Honours degree Dr Angela MacAdam, Head of Pharmacy Practice Dr Matt Ingram, Admissions Tutor
    2. 2. • 4 year degree • Expert in the field of medicines • Competent for any branch of pharmacy Master of Pharmacy with Honours degree
    3. 3. PATIENT MEDICINE Physiology/anatomy Pharmaceutical Chemistry Pathophysiology Biotechnology Pharmacology Microbiology Clinical Pharmacy Pharmaceutics Pharmacy Practice Subjects studied
    4. 4. Year 1 The Medicine The Medicine The Medicine The Patient The Patient 20 credits 20 credits 20 credits 20 credits 20 credits CH141 CH142 CH143 BY130 PY142 Properties and actions of drug molecules Physical pharmacy, biopharmac- eutics and an introduction to dosage form Pharmaceuti cal analysis Essential cell biology and biochemistry Introduction to pharmacy practice Integrated pharmaceutical knowledge, attitudes and skills 1 20 credits PY141 Mathematics, academic tutorials, pharmaceutical calculations, experiential learning, formulary
    5. 5. • Monday and Tuesday in the labs. Either morning or afternoon. • Rest of week – lectures • Tutorials with tutor • Experiential visit • Wednesday afternoon - always free Year 1: a typical week
    6. 6. Year 2 The Medicine The Patient The Patient The Patient 20 credits 30 credits 30 credits 20 credits CH243 BY251 PY252 PY243 Drug develop- ment, formulation and product design Pharmaceutical microbiology, immunology and antimicrobial chemotherapy Cardio- respiratory pharmacy Nutrition, metabolism and excretion Integrated pharmaceutical knowledge, attitudes and skills 2 20 credits PY251 Integrative practicals, integrative symposia, academic tutorials, experiential visits, formulary
    7. 7. Year 3 The Medicine The Medicine The Patient The Patient 30 credits 20 credits 30 credits 20 credits CH344 BY349 PY352 PY353 Drug discovery and development Microbiological and biotechnological aspects of medicine production Therapeutic aspects of endocrinology, immunology and oncology Psychiatric medicine Integrated pharmaceutical knowledge, attitudes and skills 3 20 credits PY351 Integrative practicals, integrative symposia, academic tutorials, experiential visits, formulary
    8. 8. Year 4 Research Project The Medicine The Patient Special Topic Special Topic 40 credits 20 credits 10 credits 10 credits 10 credits PYM40, CHM40 or BYM40 CHM41 PYM42 Advances in pharmaceutic al science Advanced professional studies Integrated pharmaceutical knowledge, attitudes and skills 3 20 credits PYM41 Integrative practicals, integrative symposia, academic tutorials, experiential visits, formulary
    9. 9. • Current topics in infection • Psychopharmacoogy • Ion Channels • Specialised Clinical Practice • Diabetes Mellitus • Oxidative Stress • Pharmacological Aspects of Neuronal Ageing • Pharmaceutical Care of Surgical Patients • Medicinal Plants • New Medicinal Products – from Inception to Market Examples of special topics
    10. 10. Final year projects
    11. 11. Facilities fit for the twenty-first century Professor Lord Robert Winston officially opened our £23m Huxley building, home to the School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular Sciences.
    12. 12. Facilities fit for the twenty-first century Over 20 laboratories Two of the most powerful electron microscopes in south-east England 350-seat lecture theatre.
    13. 13. Teaching methods • Highest possible Teaching Grading – Excellent • Diverse teaching methods • One of the first Schools to have clinical Pharmacy in curriculum Excellence in teaching and support
    14. 14. Career focused 100 per cent of MPharm graduates from 2010 were working, studying, or working and studying six months after graduation.
    15. 15. Leading professional university Pharmacy students work with patients from the start of their course, familiarising themselves with patient- centred healthcare.
    16. 16. Latest Technology £97,000 award to purchase a Sim Man Learn by doing
    17. 17. Excellence in teaching and support 89% overall student satisfaction rate for pharmacology, toxicology and pharmacy in 2011 National Student Survey.
    18. 18. Student support • Induction Week • Personal Tutor – open door policy • Year Tutor • Staff/student committee and council • University bursaries of £4,000 for students from lower income families studying four-year pharmacy courses. Excellence in teaching and support
    19. 19. Selection process • Over 1000 applicants • Target is 160 MPharm students • Online test • Interview process – two-way process • Inform admission tutor’s decision • AAB requirement for 2013
    20. 20. Ideal candidate • Academically able • Excellent communicator • Broad minded • Emotionally robust
    21. 21. Thank you www.brighton.ac.uk/pharmacy pabsschooloffice@brighton.ac.uk 01273 642090

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