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Pharmacy practice Advanced Clinical Pharmacy Practice (PG Cert/PG Dip/MSc) - Open to primary and secondary care pharmacists - Non-medical prescribing option This part-time distance-learning programme is an amalgamation of our previous postgraduate clinical and community pharmacy courses. Comprising a common core plus optional modules, the flexible design will help you to progress in your current role or to achieve your career aspirations, whether in hospital pharmacy, community pharmacy or primary care/general practice. Non-medical prescribing is available in the second year of the PG Diploma/ MSc (requires participation in a 5-day residential at QUB). MSc includes a new leadership/ management option linked to the RPS Advanced Pharmacy Framework. For further information: QUB School of Pharmacy: www.qub.ac.uk/pha Tel: 028 9097 2004 E-mail: b.mccaw@qub.ac.uk Our next intake will commence September 2017 (Closing date: 30th June) A Russell Group university: one of the UK’s leading research-intensive universities. reconciliation on admission of adults to hospital. PSG1. NICE; 2007. www.nice.org.uk/guidance/psg1 (accessed April 2017). 16 Kwan JL et al. Medication reconciliation during transitions of care as a patient safety strategy: a systematic review. Ann Intern Med 2013;158(5 Pt 2):397–403. 17 Renaudin P et al. Do pharmacist-led medication reviews in hospitals help reduce hospital readmissions? A systematic review and meta- analysis. Br J Clin Pharmacol 2016;82(6):1660–73. 18 Mueller SK et al. Hospital-based medication reconciliation practices: a systematic review. Arch Intern Med 2012;172(14):1057–69. 19 Mekonnen AB et al. Pharmacy-led medication reconciliation programmes at hospital transitions: a systematic review and meta-analysis. J Clin Pharm Ther 2016;41(2):128–44. 20 Health and Social Care Information Centre. Hospital Episode Statistics: Admitted Patient Care, England 2014–15. 2015. 21 Suggett E, Marriott J. Risk factors associated with the requirement for pharmaceutical intervention in the hospital setting: A systematic review of the literature. Drugs Real World Outcomes 2016;3(3):241–63. 22 Grimes TC et al. Comment on: pharmacy-led medication reconciliation programmes at hospital transitions: a systematic review and meta-analysis. J Clin Pharm Ther 2016;41(6):739–40. 23 Thomas R et al. Pharmacist-led interventions to reduce unplanned admissions for older people: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. Age Ageing 2014;43(2):174–87. 24 National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. Guide to the methods of technology appraisal 2013. PMG9. www.nice.org.uk/process/pmg9/resources/ guide-to-the-methods-of-technology-appraisal-2013- pdf-2007975843781 (accessed April 2017). 25 Hammad EA et al. Pharmacy led medicine reconciliation at hospital: a systematic review of effects and costs. Res Social Adm Pharm 2017;13(2):300–12 (؁-ɹ(Ё5͕еѥٕ)ͥ́ѕٕѥ́Ёɕٕѥ)ѥɽȁЁхͥ)ɕѥ(م AɅЀԠȤLظ(܁5Օɑэ8Ё5ѥɕѥ)Ё͍ͥɝ聄ѥѥՑ) 5 !ѠM٥́Ì̠ĤNJLĸ( ЁAɵЁɽ٥)ɕѥݥѡЁ́ͥ)͍ɝ聄Ʌ͕ɽЁՑ 5()ܠ̤ܸ(Aٹ)4MHMȁ)0Qɽ)ݥѠѥɕѥ 5(EՅM(ԠۊL)-+QU,ٕɹЁɕեɕ́ѥ́ѕѼх)Ѽɕٔ́ɕѥݥѡЁ̸+Qɔ́ɽЁ٥ȁ́ɕѥ)ѥ́ѡȁɕ͍ɥɝյ́ѥ́)ݥѡхɽ̸͕͕+]ЁЁ́չхѼЁ́ɕѥ)Ѽȁ͔́Ѽͥ́ͥѡɔ́٥)ѼЁЁȁ+IЁɕ͕ɍ՝́ѡЁ͕ѥՍхɝЁݥѡ)ɽ٥ѥɕͽɍ́ɕձЁ́ѥ)مѡ́ɕեɕѼٕȁѥٔ́ȁݥѠ)х͕͔+AɵЁ͕٥́͡ձ͕ѡ͔ѥ)ݡɔЁѼЁЁɕɕѼ)٥͕хɝ́չ́ՙЁɕͽɍ́ɔ)ɽ٥ѼЁѡ̸)хɵɽ