Member since 1973
The hospital Pharmacists Association of Ireland exists to:
- Further the development of hospital pharmacy practices;
- Assist in the provision of continuing pharmaceutical education;
- Represent the views of the hospital pharmacist on issues of relevance to hospital pharmacy;
- Advance the professional welfare of our members.
The Hospital Pharmacist Association of Ireland represents over 300 members working in 70 hospital pharmacies.
In Ireland Hospital Pharmacists will generally undertake a diploma or Master’s degree in hospital pharmacy practice or clinical pharmacy practice but this is not mandatory.
According to a report published in 2012 by The Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland titled Hospital Pharmacy in Ireland 76.6% of hospital pharmacists had postgraduate qualifications with 44.6% with an Msc, 28.2% have a clinical diploma and 15.5% have a postgraduate certificate. The full report can be found here.
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