Neuropharmacy MasterClass 3 – Module 1
The Neuropharmacy MasterClass is designed for specialist pharmacists who are already working in neurology and want to enhance their skills in MS, headache disorders, Parkinson’s and epilepsy. The course is ideally for pharmacists who are band 7 or above, and assumes a level of knowledge about the pathology of the conditions and their treatment options.
Halifax Hall, Sheffield University Campus
Endcliffe Vale Road
Module 1 of this MasterClass is looking at MS and Parkinson’s, whereas module 2 will cover epilepsy and headache disorders.
Before returning for the second module, a service development / review audit should be undertaken back at your workplace, which will be presented back to the cohort at module 2. Learners will also receive mentorship while completing the inter-module project of their choice.
This MasterClass programme has been carefully developed by Joela Mathews and Rachel Dorsey-Campbell, both neurology pharmacists, to equip pharmacists with specialist skills in managing the different aspects of patients with neurology conditions. The course is ideally for pharmacists who are band 7 or above, and assumes a level of knowledge about the pathology of the conditions and their treatment options.
What will it cost?
The course is fully funded which includes all meeting materials, meals, a travel allowance and one night of accommodation at the meeting venue on the night during module 1 and module 2. Your travel grant will be discussed once your application has been approved and is for UK delegates only. A cancellation charge applies, as per terms and conditions.
Our current Neuropharmacy MasterClass is fully booked. Please submit your details and we will inform you about upcoming MasterClasses once we confirm future dates.
An innovative training programme for pharmacy professionals
Developed in recognition of the essential role that neuro-pharmacists can play in a good neurology team, this Academy exists for pharmacy professionals who want to develop expertise in neurological conditions.