The programme consists of twelve rotations that are completed over a 3 year period. Each of these modules is conducted at a clinical site and the learning of each module is summarized in a portfolio
|Code Number ="100">||Course Title|
|PC 911||Introduction to the Pharmaceutical Care Process|
|PC 912||Pharmaceutical Systems and Management Practices|
|PC 913||Advanced Pharmaceutical Care: Paediatrics|
|PC 914||Advanced Pharmaceutical Care: Infectious Diseases|
|PC 921||Advanced Pharmaceutical Care: Cardiovascular Disorders|
|PC 922||Advanced Pharmaceutical Care: Psychiatry|
|PC 923||Advanced Pharmaceutical Care: Endocrine Disorders|
|PC 924||Advanced Pharmaceutical Care: Surgery|
|PC 931||Research Project|
|PC 932||Advanced Pharmaceutical Care: Immunologic Disorders|
|PC 933||Research or elective|
|PC 934||Advanced Pharmaceutical Care: Intensive Care|
The programme is currently based at the East London Health Complex and the Port Elizabeth Health Complex although rotations will occur at other locations. The program is conducted in partnership with the Eastern Cape Department of Health.
Doctor of Pharmacy students will take up posts with the Eastern Cape Department of Health and will be based at one of the two complexes. During each rotation they fill the position of a ward pharmacist and are responsible for the care of all patients in that ward.