Welcome to the School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
To provide an environment where excellence in teaching and research is valued and encouraged.
To deliver continuous learning in the science and practice of pharmacy, supported by innovative teaching and a culture which is aligned with best practice. We strive to ensure that our staff and students contribute to society as world class professionals and leaders. more »
Pharmacists use systems to help them keep records of dispensing but with the complexity and volume of other work and the requirements of regulation they also need and use other tools. Pharmapod’s system enable pharmacist to quickly and accurately record events associated with all aspects of their work from suspected adverse drug reactions and interactions to prescription dispensing errors.
- Affiliation for Pharmacy Practice Experiential Learning - Job Vacancy
NATIONAL COORDINATOR - Affiliation for Pharmacy Practice Experiential Learning UCC, RCSI, and TCD are seeking a senior candidate to manage the experiential learning portions of their new 5-year Master of Pharmacy degrees. The job will involve engaging with the Irish pharmacy profession, heading the office, and coordinating all development and administration.
- Affiliation for Pharmacy Practice Experiential Learning - Official Signing
In December 2014 the Irish Minister for Health, with the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (PSI), launched the new 5 year Master of Pharmacy Programme (MPharm) with the goal of helping future pharmacists better meet the changing needs of the healthcare system. The MPharm, provided by each of the three Schools of Pharmacy in Ireland, will achieve this outcome in part by integrating experiential learning into all five years of their programmes, permitting a greater level of contextualisation of knowledge over the current model of education and training.
- Tallaght Hospital Formalises Pharmacy Education Links with Trinity College Dublin
(September 1st 2015) An exciting new chapter in the long-standing relationship between Tallaght Hospital and Trinity College Dublin has being signalled today with the signing of a formal Memorandum of Understanding to further enhance the education and professional development links between both bodies. The development will see a strengthening of current arrangements between Tallaght and Trinity in the areas of undergraduate and post-graduate training, education, research and professional development in Pharmacy. The move will underpin Tallaght Hospital’s standing as an established leader in the provision of training and professional development within pharmacy, particularly at a time when the sector is facing significant change.