NAPE has identified Health Professionals Prescribing as an important component of healthcare reform within Australia and has identified an immediate need for the development of a standard prescribing curriculum.
The National Alliance for Pharmacy Education (NAPE) has identified the development and recognition of Advanced Practice for Australian pharmacists as key to the professions future.
UQ SCHOOL OF PHARMACY INTRODUCES GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN PHARMACY PRACTICE
The UQ School of Pharmacy has introduced a Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy Practice (GCPharmPrac), which incorporates the National Alliance of Pharmacy Education (NAPE) Intern Training Program (ITP).
In 2010 NAPE was proud to be a sponsor at the The Society of Hospital Pharmacists Australia Medicines Management Conference and The Australasian Pharmaceutical Science Association (APSA) Conference.
The Australian Pharmacy Council (APC) has accredited four leading universities to deliver the National Alliance for Pharmacy Education's (NAPE) Pharmacy Intern Training Program (ITP).
The NAPE ITP offers cutting edge education from universities at the forefront of pharmacy education and research in Australia
Four leading Australian Schools of pharmacy formed the National Alliance for Pharmacy Education (NAPE) to actively support the ongoing advancement of the pharmacy profession as a key contributor to the healthcare team.
The founding members of NAPE - Monash University, the University of Queensland, University of South Australia and the University of Sydney - are at the forefront of undergraduate and postgraduate pharmacy education and research in Australia.
NAPE offers new vision for pharmacy education. Read what the pharmacy profession has to say.