Ancora Imparo – I am still learning
We want you to consider the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and Monash University as your educational partner for life. Many of our alumni may want to update and enhance their skillset or learn something new to provide them with a competitive edge – we are here to assist you with your continuing educational needs.
Review below the numerous programs available as a graduate from the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. If there is an area you are interested in learning but is not listed below, please contact your faculty Alumni Engagement Officer via e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +61 3 9903 9087, who can assist with your query and direct you to the appropriate contacts within the faculty and greater University.
Offered by the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Enrolling in single units is an alternative to studying an entire postgraduate course. Health professionals wishing to improve and deepen particular skills in their current profession can study units in clinical pharmacy, pharmacy practice and wound care.
Be equipped with the advanced knowledge and skills to tackle complex wound care problems and optimise healing. You will gain specialist skills to enable the formulation, implementation and evaluation of wound care management plans. You will also be able to hone your skills in leadership, professional communication, reflective practice and innovation in wound care to improve clinical practice and patient’s outcomes.
The increasing complexity of medicines and the ever-growing strain on Australia’s public health system means that pharmacists are simply not the same professionals as they were ten years ago. For that reason - and many others - those who possess a more advanced set of skills in the field are more highly sought after than ever before. A high-quality postgraduate qualification offers just those skills.
Offered by Monash University
A one day course for Pharmacists on wound care is offered at the Monash Institute for Health and Clinical Education. The course will be both didactic and hands on and will cover biology of healing and factors impacting on healing including medication. The course will also cover how to assess various types of wounds in the Pharmacy including acute and chronic wounds as well as looking at decisions of what and how to dress wounds and the role and use of bandages.
As many faculty alumni are business owners or work towards higher positions in large organisation, a graduate degree in business is a valuable investment in your future and will turn your career goals into actions. Many people use their degree as a springboard for landing a more senior job in their industry, while others take the skills and knowledge they have accumulated to change career direction or launch their own enterprises. With a mix of coursework and research-based programs designed to develop your theoretical knowledge and practical skills, our graduate degrees are designed for people who are looking to develop new skills, and those who are looking to develop additional expertise in their current field.
If you are interested in learning something new or explore what Monash has to offer, use our find a course website to search the complete catalogue of Monash University degrees and programs.