Special PharmD Conversion Programme of the University of Benin is designed to develop pharmacy lecturers as well as hospital and community pharmacy preceptors without PharmD to be able to apply patient-centered approach in the education of pharmacy students. This one academic session duration programme which is mounted with the active collaboration of the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) and Nigerian Association of Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical Scientists in the Americas (NAPPSA) is being offered only in the 2017/2018 and 2018/2019 academic sessions. The programme requires the successful completion of (1) two online modules consisting of didactic courses, in-course assessment, self-evaluation, group discussions and tutorials, (2) a pharmacy practice experience module (PPE, clinical clerkship, externship, and simulation exercises), and (3) research project. The PPE consists of on-site hospital/community pharmacy experiences which are organised by a team of PharmD professionals from USA as well as individual clinical experiences in approved hospitals, community health centres and pharmacies by the participants. Participants are expected to be on-site for one week orientation at the beginning of the programme and for one week pre-clerkship orientation programme to allow for interactions.
Each particiapnt is usually a registered and practising pharmacists who holds at least a degree in pharmacy from a recognised University acceptable to the Senate of the University of Benin, and either has been taughting in a Universitiy for at least one year or has been recommended by an accredited Faculty of Pharmacy in a University as Preceptor for pharmacy students' clerkship programme in hospital/community pharmacy. Any qualified pharmacist who is nominated by his or her teaching hospital employer may also be allowed to participate.
Calendar for Current Session
Academic activities for the current academic session begins online on 10th January 2019. You can download the program brochures from the download link in the menu
Last updated: 05-Jan-2019
Physcal Clearance exercise
Physical clearance for admitted students will involve siting of all certificates by the representative of the University Admissions Board, Dr Loretta Iniaghe or her representative. For those living in Nigeria, the exercise will be carried out when ASUU strike is called off. Students in Liberia will be cleared in Liberia while those in Gambia and Sierra Leone will be cleared in Sierra Leone. Meanwhile, all students will be given temporary clearance after uploading their documents to enable them pay their fees.
Last updated: 05-Jan-2019
Project Report Guide
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Download: SPD_Program_Format for Project Report(1).pdf
Last updated: 12-Oct-2018
Guidelines on how to present a poster
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Guide for payment of charges
The guidelines for the payment of school fees, clerkship fee and examination fee as well as upload of clearance data are provided in the attachments belows
Last updated: 06-Jan-2019
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