Diploma in Prescription Only Medicines

for Podiatric Practice

  The SMAE Institute (1919) Ltd                             01628 621100    www.smaeinstitute.co.uk

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Diploma in

Prescription Only Medicines

 

This course is now open for applications from HCPC Podiatry registrants.

 

Upon successful completion the student will be eligible to apply to have their HCPC registration annotated for Prescription Only Medicines. This registration forms a separate entry point on the HCPC register. The Academic component of this course will involve e-lectures,e-tutorials and self-directed learning. The examination element of this course shall be held  at The Smae Institute in Maidenhead, Berkshire.

 

The Diploma comprises of 1 module, covering pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and categorisation of podiatric pharmacological agents. This module must be passed prior to progressing onto the Assessment. 

Open Day & Registration Day

 

The Open Day is available to all HCPC Registered Chiropodists/Podiatrists who wish to find out more information about our new Diploma in Prescription Only Medicine for Podiatry Practice.

 

Our POMs Diploma Open Days discuss the course in more detail and included individual sessions, which are a pre-requisite for those who wish to enrol.

 

For more information regarding our future Open Day dates, please email info@smaeinstitute.co.uk or call 01628 621100 ext 219. 

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Course Structure

Open/Registration Day for the 2016 Cohort

Will be held on Saturday 5th November 2016

 (pre-requisite for those who wish to enrol)


Introductory Lectures (Location: The SMAE Institute) 

Friday 2nd December 2016

Module 1 (Location: e-Learning)

Begins: Monday 5th December 2016

Module 1 Assessment Submission

Monday 10th April 2017

Examination (Location: The SMAE Institute)

TBC 2017


Cost: £825.00

Those wishing to enrol onto this course must provide evidence of registration with HCPC and demonstrate annotation in LA on the HCPC register.