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Remote & Rural Clerkship

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Aly Brown

Project Description

Research in older people in remote and rural areas shows a lack of access to pharmacy services but pharmacists offer value in remote and rural General Practices.

Undergraduate Remote and Rural Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships exist in medicine courses and a pilot Remote and Rural Pharmacy Longitudinal Clerkship was planned to enhance student clinical skills and help address recruitment issues.

The aim of this programme of work is to find out what is required for a Pharmacy Longitudinal Clerkship and explore the outcomes arising including the views and experiences of all participants.

This project has run over a number of years, with annual funding from NES

Status Project Live
Funder(s) NHS Education for Scotland
Value £80,000.00
Project Dates Feb 1, 2019 - Mar 31, 2021

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