Health and Justice Pharmacists - Funded Clinical Pharmacy Courses

Apply for courses funded through the Pharmacy Integration Fund and improve your clinical skills and knowledge.

Fully funded training courses for health and justice sector pharmacists

Take the opportunity to study funded clinical pharmacy courses, leading to the award of a Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Pharmacy.


Are you a Health and Justice / Prison pharmacist working 2 days a week or more in England?

If so, you're eligible to apply for a funded place on our clinical pharmacy programme, leading to the award of a Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Pharmacy Practice.

Give your career a boost and prepare for enhanced medicines optimisation roles. Develop clinical decision-making, communication and consultation skills with fully-funded training courses, supported by NHS England and Health Education England, through the Pharmacy Integration Fund.

Courses are online and interactive, some have a face to face workshop. You can study clinical and therapeutic topics across a range of conditions including long term conditions, minor ailments, public health and more.

With the support of an employer, you can access HEE funding for separate courses or combine courses for a Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Pharmacy Practice.

Key facts:

  • Initial induction workshop welcomes you to the programme and supports the start of your learning journey
  • Choose from a range of 9 week online units, each with a one-day face to face mandatory workshop held in Bath or London
  • Distance learning supported by our interactive, facilitated e-learning platform and comprehensive learning materials
  • We recommend that you start with the two core compulsory units (Professional Skills for Medicines Optimisation and Evidence Based Pharmacy Practice) and then choose three more units to complete a Postgraduate Certificate
  • Find out more about the individual units (PDF)
  • See the unit delivery schedule for the programme (PDF)

Apply now

The University of Bath runs cohorts with workshops in Bath and London. Find out more about the courses, dates and how to apply for your fully-funded place.


We have extended our application deadline for our January courses from 7 Dec 2018 to 2 Jan 2019, for Health and Justice Sector pharmacists.

As well as completing the online application, please download the application guidance notes and all necessary forms and complete as directed. This is to confirm that you have employer support, and that you meet HEE funding criteria.

For more information on our funded courses (which are also available to community pharmacists) click here.

Student case study video

Hear from one of our recent students, a community pharmacist studying on our courses.


How employers can support staff

Enhance the skills and knowledge of your workforce to develop medicines optimisation roles in the Health and Justice pharmacy sector, by supporting your staff to access these fully-funded accredited courses.


Any Health and Justice sector pharmacist can apply with the support of their employer. Pharmacists can be based in any employer providing pharmacy services to prisons, including NHS and non-NHS organisations, and acute trusts.

Download an employer information pack.


Partners

This programme is supported by NHS England and Health Education England through the Pharmacy Integration Fund.


partner logos for NHS, de Montfort university, Keele University, Exeter University

Post-registration Training for Pharmacists is supported by NHS England and Health Education England through the Pharmacy Integration Fund.

It will strengthen and diversify the pharmacy workforce and help to improve patient care.

The fund has been set up by NHS England to enable pharmacist and pharmacy technician integration in primary care as part of new multi-disciplinary healthcare teams, making the most of their clinical skills, particularly for the benefit of people with long-term conditions.

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