Review Article

영국의 NHS 병원약사 수련 현황


NHS Hospital Pharmacist Training Programme in UK


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The aim of the research was to explore post-registration training opportunities for NHS hospital pharmacists which contributes to promote structural reform of the professional development and lifelong learning for Korean hospital pharmacists. In UK, all pharmacists are required to complete at least 9 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) entries per each year to maintain their professional registration. Types of accredited postgraduate qualification (part-time) in Pharmacy Practice available for hospital pharmacists are Postgraduate Certificate (PgCert, year 1), Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip, year 2), Master of Science (MSc year 3), and Professional Doctorate in Pharmacy programme (DPharm, 4-5 years or more). Clinical pharmacy diploma is more likely to become a minimum qualification in order to progress whilst working for the NHS. Pharmacy independent prescribers are allowed to prescribe all medications except cocaine, dipipanone, and diamorphine for the purpose of treating addiction within their competencies. NHS pharmacists are also classified by band point system depending on their practical/clinical knowledge and skills which starting from band 5 (Pre-registration pharmacist) up to band 9. Various learning and development options are also offered including teaching sessions, conferences and local forums.


 설명 및 소개
  평생 전문능력 개발(Continuing Professional Development, CPD)
  직급 및 임금체계(Agenda for Change)
  신입약사(Junior or Band 6 pharmacist)
  전공약사(Specialist clinical pharmacist or Senior clinical pharmacist; Band 7 pharmacist and above)
  임상자문 약사(Consultant pharmacist)
  기타 교육 및 훈련프로그램(Other education and training programmes)
 요약 및 결론


  • 김윤정 Yun Jung Kim. University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust


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