# Pharmacy A60

Denise

Created on May 24, 2024

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## Transcript

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TRIVIA

Pharmacy a60presented by the indispensables

QUESTION 1/10

Answer 1/10

Explanation

The GPhC regulates pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacies in Great Britain. They work to assure and improve standards of care for people using pharmacy services: *Promoting professionalism within pharmacy*Setting standards for the education and training of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and pharmacies. * Helping to ensure pharmacists and pharmacy technicians have the appropriate knowledge, attitudes and behaviours*Assuring the quality of pharmacy, including its safety*Supporting the improvement of pharmacy

QUESTION 2/10

Answer 2/10

Explanation

September intake only due to course structure

QUESTION 3/10

answer 3/10

Explanation

1 single 120 credit module

QUESTION 4/10

answer 4/10

Explanation

7 assessments. This model reflects the recent change condensing the number of assessments down from 11 parts. Students must pass every assessment in order to gain 120 credits and progress to the next level (stage) (section 5.1.1)

QUESTION 5/10

Answer 5/10

Explanation

There is no part-time/sandwich option due to the need to attend all parts of the one module which run throughout the whole year (Section 1.2.7)

QUESTION 6/10

answer 6/10

Explanation

The explanation ties in with question 7

QUESTION 7/10

answer 7/10

Explanation

No module retakes or compensation are permitted. (Section 4.5.1/4.6.1-4.6.7) Students may be offered 3rd attempts (i.e. a 2nd resit) but only if they have passed 60% of module assessments already. In this case students are given 'deferred' student status (writing up/external student) for a 3rd attempt. (Section 4.5)

QUESTION 8/10

Answer 8/10

Explanation

4 years of study at University AND will only qualify as a Pharmacist once GPhC end point assessment is passed. Students have maximum of 8 years between initial registration on MPharm and final registration as a Pharmacist.

QUESTION 9/10

answer 9/10

Explanation

Students can take LOA but MUST complete the course and register within 8 year GPhC rule (LOA does not extend registration period).

QUESTION 10/10

answer 10/10

Explanation

No - But there are exceptions. If a student on Pharmacology/Pharmaceutical Science with Foundation Year achieves an overall average of 75% in their 120 L3credits, gets 75% in 3PY003 and has a GCSE in English, they will be identified by the course team who will send the details to admissions to allow the student to be made an offer (this is subject to change each year).

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