PGCert Advanced Specialist Training in Emergency Medicine / Overview
Year of entry: 2022
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- Degree awarded
- Postgraduate Certificate
- 1 year PT
- Entry requirements
To be eligible to complete the top-up process, you must hold an Independent Prescribing qualification from a GPhC accredited course, have completed the Advanced Clinical Skills course at The University of Manchester and not have used those credits towards another award.
- How to apply
Funding for this course has come to an end and the Advanced Clinical Skills module is not currently available to new students. However, pharmacists who have completed an Independent Prescribing course at another university and the Advanced Clinical Skills course at The University of Manchester may be eligible for the award of PGCert ASTEM on completion of one of the following 15-credit units:
This applies to pharmacists with both level 6 and level 7 independent prescribing qualifications.
Please contact the Admissions Team to find out what steps are required to transfer the credits and apply for the top-up unit: firstname.lastname@example.org
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