Science into Practice Conference

The Science into Practice conference is an annual day event the BPSA runs in November/December and hopes to demonstrate how the scientific aspects of the MPharm course can be applied in your future careers.

The conference aims to give a variety of talks from many areas of the pharmacy profession that are alternative to the hospital and community career pathways such as academia, industry and clinical research in practice. In the past there has been speakers who have talked about integrating research into their day to day hospital pharmacy career, talks on orphan and specials medicines, tips on getting employment in industry and summer placements, clinical trials and much much more.

In the past there have also been opportunities to ask questions and learn useful hints and tips from an expert panel at a Q&A session at the conference consisting of experts in the field and students who have previously done a pre-reg/summer placement in industry.

This conference is a great opportunity for you to gain an insight into industry and the wide range of opportunities that await you in Pharmacy which you may not be aware of. You’ll also receive a PDS point for attending.

Science into Practice Conference

Do you want to learn how pharmacists can apply their expert scientific knowledge in academia and industry? Would you like to learn more about cutting edge developments in drug delivery? If so then Science into Practice is the conference for you. For the small sum of £5 (including lunch) you can attend and expand your network of like minded budding scientists. You will also have the chance to meet pharmacists working in academia and research who will be available for questions.

  • Science into Practice Conference
  • University of Manchester, room details coming soon
  • Saturday 18th October 2014, 9am-5pm

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