Three-day workshop working with specialists in pharmaceuticals Date: 28 - 30 June 2013
Celebrating good employment practice
Helping new undergraduates and postgraduates
settle into student life at Manchester
How does the School fit within the
Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences?
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- Making Medicines – a project to raise awareness of pharmacy
A project to raise awareness of aspects of pharmacy with young people and their families and encourage younger learners is being
- Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education scores gold
In March 2013 the Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) was assessed by an external panel for Investors in People - and achieved the Gold Investors in People accreditation.
- Microbiology lecturer is University’s Teacher of the Year
The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is pleased to announce winner of the University Distinguished Achievement Medal
Press releases from the School
- Inspiring the researchers of the future
Budding researchers of the future will get the chance to experience cutting-edge research firsthand thanks to a pioneering project at The University of Manchester.
- New Head of Pharmacy announced
Professor Kay Marshall appointed as the new Head of School for the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Manchester professor appointed new trustee at Pharmacist Support
Professor Peter Noyce joins the board of trustees for the charity, Pharmacist Support
Events taking place associated with the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences
- Influencing the Provision of Health Care: Quality, Financial Incentives and Future Challenges08:30 - 18:00 Monday 20 May 2013
Host: Manchester Centre for Health Economics & the Economics discipline area with funding from the National Institute for Health Research and with the financial support of the Royal Economic Society as part of its aim to promote the study of economic science www.res.org.uk
About the event: It will consist of six talks. Each talk is expected to last approximately an hour, with 45 minutes for presentation and 15 minutes for general discussion. The total number of participants will be limited to around 50.
Participants are expected to attend the whole meeting and engage in the discussion. Attendance of doctoral students and early career researchers is financially supported and strongly encouraged. Refreshments and lunch will be served at the workshop venue.
- How to measure pain in neurological conditions?12:00 - 13:00 Tuesday 21 May 2013
Host: School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work: Internal Seminar series
Presenter: Sarah Tyson
About the seminar series:
- BPSA Alumni Dinner & Ambassadors Launch Event
BPSA First Alumni Dinner and Abassadors Launch Event on Saturday 8 June 2013.
- CPPE have achieved Gold Investors in People accreditation
This has been an exciting year for CPPE and the Gold Investors in People accreditation has been one of the highlights so far. The award is one that recognises the skill, attitude and contribution of every member of the team. Everyone at CPPE is delighted at the results.
- Double Jackpot: FMHS Student and Teacher of the Year Awards
In the blog of 18/12/12 it was announced that Zoe Phillips and Dr Andrew McBain were the School of Pharmacy Student and Teacher of the Year, respectively. Their impressive cases were then put forward to be considered for the prestigious Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences TOTY and SOTY awards. The School of Pharmacy have previously [...]