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This program can also be studied part time over 3 years.

Pharmacy practice in Australia is constantly changing and the ability to adapt to these changes is important for both professional development and job satisfaction.

The Master of Clinical Pharmacy is designed to improve and extend the skills of qualified pharmacists. The program trains clinical pharmacists capable of providing specialist pharmaceutical services in hospitals and other clinical environments, and can also prepare graduates to take on expanded roles in community pharmacy practice, research, industry and academia.

You will be able to take a leading role in the decision-making process of drug product selection for individual patients, provide specialist drug information and education programs to patients and health care providers, effectively monitor a patient’s therapy and critically evaluate clinical research.

Upon completing the master, you may choose to apply to undertake a PhD.

Students who have completed the Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy Practice will receive full credit for their previous study and will only need to complete an additional 36 units to obtain a master award.

As part of this program, you’ll study online at your own pace and feel supported by on-campus workshops.

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