|Abbreviation||FT / PT|
Clinical Pharmacy is the principle practice of pharmacists in developed countries, the benefit on patients' health and outcome measures of having a clinical pharmacy service both within the hospital and community settings have been well documented. It has been recognised that there is a need to develop specialist clinical pharmacy services in Hong Kong and this Master programme will provide students with both the initiative to improve our current practice and the confidence to do this effectively.
Upon completion, students will have acquired more advanced skills in applying clinical knowledge in all areas of practice and be able to formulate effective holistic pharmaceutical care-plans for patients. Students would have developed strong awareness on medication safety and skills to critically appraise current clinical evidences in order to apply this knowledge to their evidence based practices. Furthermore, a deeper understanding of their chosen specialised clinical area would be acquired by students, preparing them to discuss current health policies/services in the specialised field, and be innovative in making practical suggestions for various health services. A strong emphasis would be placed on the importance of continuous professional learning to enable students to keep their knowledge and skills up to date in order to maintain high quality pharmaceutical care in their practice.
Mode of Attendance
Part Time (normally two years, including evenings and occasional classes scheduled on Saturdays or Sundays for tutorials, field trips and site visits)
Medium of Instruction
Programme Entrance Requirements
To be eligible for admission the candidate should:
1. comply with the General Regulations; and
2. be a registered Pharmacist holding a Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy from this University, or from another university, or comparable institution accepted for this purpose; and
3. be a registered Pharmacist in Hong Kong; and
4. satisfy the examiners in a qualifying examination, if required.
Programme Admissions Advisor(s)
|Miss Mandy Chow / Mr Michael Cheung|
|Tel:||3917 6336 / 3917 9025|
List of Programmes
Part Time: 12:00 noon, July 17, 2020