$3 million to deliver RedUSe across Australia
Researchers at the School of Pharmacy will be participating in local medical research arising from three new starter grants provided by the Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation.
CEP Awards Night honours student achievements.
The creation of an interactive software package that will support practical learning outcomes in pharmacy is currently in its last stages of development.
On Wednesday 30th January, the School of Pharmacy bid farewell to over 300 delegates visiting Hobart for the annual National Australian Pharmacy Students’ Association (NAPSA) Congress.
Dr Luke Bereznicki has a long history with the School of Pharmacy, beginning as a Bachelor of Pharmacy student in the late 90's, going on to complete a PhD in 2004 and later taking up a position as Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice in 2007.
Pharmacy bids farewell to 66 students at the Hobart graduation ceremony.
By Lana Best Published in UniTAS, November 2012
UTAS has strengthened its reputation for providing world’s best clinical knowledge with two of its pharmacy students earning respect at the International Pharmacy Students’ Federation Congress in Hurghada, Egypt.
Two academics at the School of Pharmacy have recently completed professional development to gain qualification as a Certified Geriatric Pharmacist (CGP).
During the month of August, the School of Pharmacy participated in the Shut Your Sash Challenge by switching off fume cupboards and/or shutting their sashes to reduce energy expended from the exhaust.
After some tough competition, we are proud to announce the Tasmanian winner of Pharmacy Student of the Year is fourth year student Daniel Hoyle!
TAPS NAPSA Liaison and NAPSA Secretary, Bron Jones is once again vying for our blood. This week she will be looking to persuade red-blooded victims to contribute to the Tasmanian Association of Pharmacy Students (TAPS) blood drive in an effort to maintain their champion reign over the Vampire Cup.
On Tuesday September 5th and Wednesday September 6th a total of 76 high school students visited the School of Pharmacy to participate in the annual Pharmacy Taster Day.
In recognition of the significant contribution Mr George Taylor has made to clinical pharmacy in Tasmania, a new scholarship was launched in his name on Friday 24th August.
On the 9th August, the Pharmacy Guild of Australia announced the recipients of the Rural Pharmacy Scholarship Scheme 2012. The School of Pharmacy would like to congratulate second-year Bachelor of Pharmacy student Liam Beattie on being awarded the prestigious scholarship.
Dr Leanne Chalmers and her brother Dr Andrew Stafford graduate.
It is always nice to get a good news story - especially when the good news is relating to the School of Pharmacy!
The UTAS School of Pharmacy is beaming like a proud parent this week, after 4th year student Bronwyn Jones was elected onto the National Australian Pharmacy Students' Association's (NAPSA) National Council as Secretary. Comprising only six roles on the executive, this was a considerable achievement, with Bronwyn chosen over 30 other potential candidates.
The fruits of their labour continue to thrive, as a second initiative of the Tasmanian Clinical Partnership Placement (TCPP) Project has resulted in more success for Tassie preceptors!
As part of the Tasmanian Clinical Placement Partnership Project (TCPPP) funded by Health Workforce Australia, School of Pharmacy project lead Catherine Spiller and her team consisting of Lisa Crisp and Marika Castrisios executed free training workshops to Pharmacy preceptors from across Tasmania in Ulverstone, Launceston and Hobart during the month of June.
There were a few benefits to being the Head of School in April of this year, as Professor Greg Peterson demonstrated with his recent trip to Malaysia; and it was a trip that has been long overdue.
The School of Pharmacy shined this past May at the National Medicines Symposium (NMS) dinner where Juanita Westbury and Greg Peterson in collaboration with Andrew Robinson from the School of Nursing and Midwifery, won an award for community engagement.
Once again the School of Pharmacy will be running a Taster Day to let high school students experience a day in the life of a pharmacy undergrad student.
Senior Research Fellow Dr Stuart Ferguson has received a 12-month extension to the Cancer Council Tasmania Research Fellowship that saw him receive almost $185,000 in 2011 to conduct research into what works when it comes to quitting smoking and why.
Dr Stuart Ferguson from the School of Pharmacy was awarded the Cancer Council Tasmania Research Fellow valued at $184,930 over two years.
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Pharmacy Week is an initiative of the National Australian Pharmacy Students’ Association (NAPSA).
The Australian Clinical Pharmacy Award is annually awarded by Federal Council to a member of The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia (SHPA), in recognition of outstanding contributions in the area of clinical pharmacy practice.
The School of Pharmacy’s new $3 million building extension is open and ready to offer world-class facilities.
Pharmacy education in Tasmania has a long and valued tradition spanning more than 100 years.
Congratulations Professor Gregory Peterson - 2007 Pharmacist of the Year!
Luke Bereznicki is the 2007 recipient of the TEMCO Science & Technology Award, a category of the Young Achievers Awards which were announced on Saturday night, 14 April.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the introduction of the Bachelor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Tasmania.
Authorised by the Head of School, Pharmacy
7 February, 2013