Pharmacy degree to meet regional shortfall

July 5, 2002

The University of East Anglia is to offer a new degree in pharmacy, helping to address a shortage of pharmacists in the east of England.

The NHS Academic Pharmacy Practice Unit has been based on the UEA campus since 1994. It offers a pre-registration training scheme of a postgraduate year with hospital placement.

The university expects to welcome its first 72 undergraduates studying for the four-year master of pharmacy degree in September 2003.

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