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Pharmacy is an evolving science-based healthcare profession focusing on the treatment and prevention of disease and ensuring public wellbeing.
The course offers training on the provision of patient-centred care in multiple care settings with focus on medicine optimisation, medicine safety and public health.
This course is unique as it is co-taught with St George's, University of London, and provides a spiralling clinical programme with structured placements and inter-professional learning activities. This course has been ranked as one of the top 10 in the UK and the best in London according to the Guardian university league tables Foundation year If you would like to study one of our science degrees at Kingston University but are not yet ready to join the first year of a BSc Hons course, you can include an extra foundation year within your chosen degree.
Please see the science foundation year course page for details of modules.
Meet pharmacy student Josh and find out about his journey to registered pharmacist: What you will study Year 1 introduces the scientific basis of pharmacy, including cell biology, physiology and pharmaceutical and biological chemistry including the importance of natural products as medicines.
You will study important pharmaceutical dosage forms, formulation and manufacturing processes, physico-chemical aspects of drug stability and pharmacopoeial and regulatory requirements.
You will gain a clear understanding of the profession of pharmacy and the practical and theoretical aspects of dispensing. Year 2 places more emphasis on the role of hospital, community and industrial pharmacists. It includes the study of pharmacy law, ethics and good dispensing practice.
You will integrate science with practice, learning through case studies how chemistry, pharmacology and pharmaceutics affect clinical practice.
You will also learn about conditions that affect the central nervous system, such as depression and those that affect the cardiovascular system such as atrial fibrillation. Year 3 focuses on body systems and disease states. Examples of study include: You will have opportunities to learn alongside other future healthcare professionals, and talk to patients about their conditions and treatment.
A major element of Year 4 is the research-based project. For this you will receive tuition in research skills. A problem-based approach is used for advanced teaching in areas such as pharmaceutical technology and biotechnology.
Professional practice topics include advanced prescription analysis, risk management and drug interventions, as well as the wider role of the pharmacist in pharmaceutical care and public health. Students run themed health campaigns directly to the public and also virtually via social media.
A total of 20 placement and inter-professional activity days, mostly in hospital or community pharmacies, are spread throughout the course.
These serve to introduce and develop professional skills. Pharmacy student Arzoo Parveen talks about her experiences of studying at Kingston: Pharmacy student Maria Kyriakidou talks about her experiences of studying at Kingston: Module listing Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list.
Those listed here may also be a mixture of core and optional modules.
Year 0 Professional and Scientific Skills for Pharmacy Biology Biology This module is designed to provide an essential introduction to the biological sciences, through the study of basic biochemistry, the characteristics of life, selected body systems, genetics and evolution. It also introduces some of the relevant tools and techniques used in modern biology.
On successful completion of the module, you will be able to: Demonstrate a fundamental understanding of the basics of biochemistry. Identify and describe the structural and functional features of cells, tissues, organs and organ systems. Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of the industrial use of cells and enzymes, and the principles of genetic engineering.
Demonstrate a fundamental grasp of a range of techniques used in modern biology; perform simple experiments, accurately record and analyse practical data.2 Structural Organic Chemistry The Shapes of Molecules Functional Groups double (four-electron) bond, and three lines a triple (six-electron) bond.
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webkandii.com is your scientific resource and internet science PORTAL to . CHAPTER 21 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Hydrocarbons 1. A hydrocarbon is a compound composed of only carbon and hydrogen. A saturated hydro-carbon has . Sep 20, · Definition: Compounds having same molecular formula (M.F.) but differ in their properties are known as isomers and this phenomenon is known as isomerism.
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