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Title: Editorial
Authors: Serracino-Inglott, Anthony
Keywords: Pharmacy students -- Education -- Malta
Pharmacists -- Malta
Pharmacology -- Malta
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: University of Malta. Department of Pharmacy & The Malta Pharmaceutical Association
Citation: Serracino-Inglott, A. (2014). Editorial. Journal of Euromed Pharmacy, 04, 03.
Abstract: The Minister of Education, Evarist Bartolo has stated that “there is general consensus that high quality education is essential not only for an individual’s success but also for the social and national socio-economic development of Malta. This puts further pressure on the education system to deliver as well as to adapt to the ever-changing landscapes of global economies.” This is exactly what the Department of Pharmacy of the University of Malta is continuously working upon. The Research Component of the Master of Science programme is an example of how tertiary education programmes offered to our pharmacy post-graduate students has succeeded not only to achieve a high quality education but also to intermingle the academic virtues with the needs of society encompassing the ever evolving state of pharmacy practice.
Description: Includes table of contents
Appears in Collections:Journal of Euromed Pharmacy : issue 04 : 2014
Journal of Euromed Pharmacy : issue 04 : 2014

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