PHCY5000 Professional Work Experience

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Semester 2Work experienceExternal
Pharmacy work experience: (1) before qualifying for the Master of Pharmacy, a student must have completed not less than 75 hours of full-time, or the equivalent part-time, professional work experience under the direct supervision of a registered pharmacist considered appropriate by the Director of Pharmacy; (2) if students undertake professional work experience overseas they must provide evidence that the person who supervised their work experience is a registered pharmacist in the country in which the work experience was undertaken; (3) students must make their own arrangements for professional work experience with advice from the Director of Pharmacy; and (4) students must provide evidence of their professional work experience in accordance with the guidelines available from the Director of Pharmacy.
Students are able to understand the role of the pharmacist through the observation of pharmacists in the workplace.
Typically this unit is assessed in the following way: experience work in a pharmacy. Further information is available in the unit outline.

Supplementary assessment is not available in this unit.
Unit Coordinator(s)
Professor Rhonda Clifford
Contact hours
75 hours
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