PHCY5000 Professional Work Experience
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Availability Location Mode Non-standard teaching period Work experience External
- 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 unit co-ordinator; and (4) students must provide evidence of their professional work experience in accordance with the guidelines available from the unit co-ordinator.
- Students are able to understand the role of the pharmacist through the observation of pharmacists in the workplace.
- Indicative assessments in this unit are as follows: experience work in a pharmacy. Further information is available in the unit outline.
Supplementary assessment is not available in this unit.
- Unit Coordinator(s)
- Assistant Professor Liza Seubert
- Contact hours
- 75 hours
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