Pharmacy is the first study area within the Graduate School of Health. It offers cutting-edge and practice-based graduate entry pharmacy education and research. Working with the key professional partners, it aims to prepare students for both current pharmacy practice and emerging roles in rapidly changing environments.
Led by Dr Daniel Sabater Hernandez, a pharmacist-led public health program that will provide thousands of Australians with access to cardiovascular care has been funded by the highly competitive 2014 Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at UTS.
UTS: Pharmacy proactively engages the next generation of pharmacists on the issue of antibiotic resistance so that students go beyond basic understanding and gain skills to develop strategies that mitigate risk and educate patients in a wide variety of pharmacy settings.
The third UTS Pharmacy Barometer finds that community pharmacists are becoming increasingly concerned about the future profitability of their businesses despite strong opinion that professional services and S3 products will provide future growth.