Dr Neil Cottrell, Senior Lecturer at the UQ School of Pharmacy, has been recognized at the University of Queensland‘s 2013 UQ Awards for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and Internationalisation ceremony on Oct. 28.
JCU Pharmacy School boasts a modern integrated curriculum where students are exposed to various modes of teaching across the subject areas: lectures, tutorials, workshops, practicals undertaken in modern teaching and laboratory facilities.
Pharmatopia is a pharmacy education oasis of interactive learning modules whose principle objective is to create a continuum of engaging problem-based, pharmacy learning/training modules, relevant to schools, universities and industry.
The Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) at the University of Newcastle Pharmacy School will prepare you with the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge to get you on your way to becoming a registered pharmacist.
The Griffith School of Pharmacy’s innovative virtual learning environment has opened just in time for the new students to be introduced to a whole new way of learning. “This cutting edge facility is the future of technology-driven education and will provide students with a truly immersive virtual environment,” says Dr Gary Grant, Deputy Head Learning and Teaching from the Griffith Pharmacy School.
On Monday, Sept. 9, 2013, UQ Pharmacy School’s Professor Greg Monteith will be hosting an online seminar specifically for OzTREKK students who are interested in the Bachelor of Pharmacy program at the University of Queensland.
It’s not often that pharmacy and exercise physiology students share a classroom, but the University of Sydney is breaking new ground in interprofessional learning aimed at mimicking the real-life cases of Australians struggling with heart disease, diabetes and obesity.