Pharmacists are experts in medicines. They advise patients and healthcare providers on the selection, dosage regimen, interactions, and side effects of medications. Pharmacists also compound medicines to suit individual patient needs. Pharmacists monitor the health and progress of patients to ensure the safe and effective use of their medicines.
Study pharmacy to work as:
- a practicing pharmacist, working in a community pharmacy, general practice, residential aged care facility, or in a hospital pharmacy
- a regulator within the government, or the broader pharmaceutical industry.
How to book a workshop
Please email us for enquiries or booking an interactive workshop for your school.
|Title||The Journey of a Medicine|
This workshop considers the journey of a chemical component (drug) in becoming, and being used, as a medicine. The workshop can be tailored to suit the length of time and topics that you are interested in (and can be followed up by a visit to your school).
Chose from 4 different activities to learn about how the basic sciences contribute to the science of medicines. Activity 3 and 4 are best suited for more advanced students.
|Session length||60 - 360 minutes (depending on activity)|
|Location||On-campus or off-campus|