During the symposium, the final year doctorate in pharmacy students will be presenting their dissertations.
The research areas include evaluation of perception, impact and sustainability of pharmaceutical care services, patient safety and pharmacovigilance, and application of pharmacogenetics and assessment of innovative therapies.
Final year pharmacy students completing their Master of Pharmacy degree and students in their final year of the courses leading to the Bachelor of Science (Hons) Pharmaceutical Technology degree and the Master of Science in Pharmacy present their research work.
Second, third and fourth year pharmacy students present their work-in-progress project as posters and poster discussion fora. Students present projects and dissertations undertaken in the fields of interest of the department namely Pharmaceutical Care, Pharmacy Administration, Pharmaceutical Analysis,Pharmaceutical Regulatory Sciences, Pharmaceutical Technology and Computational Chemistry. The symposium is an opportunity for students, staff and collaborators of the department of pharmacy to meet, network and discuss research programmes.
The details of the programme are available online. Health care professionals and colleagues are invited to attend.
For further information contact Ms Amanda Calleja.