We are delighted to announce that the remaining 2020 Boyds Training modules for the Diploma in Pharmaceutical Medicine will now be delivered online via The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine and taught by Professor Alan Boyd and his team.
This bespoke and truly modular training program is exclusively designed to teach the syllabus of pharmaceutical medicine and is dedicated to better preparing candidates to sit both Part 1 & Part 2 of the Diploma in Pharmaceutical Medicine exam.
The remaining modules for 2020 are as follows:
It is hoped that the following will be hosted by Boyds Training:
- 4th September – MCQ Exam Technique & Mock Exam
- 2nd & 3rd October – SAQ/Critical Appraisal Exam Technique & Mock Exam
You can book one, several or all modules as your educational training needs dictate.
The online modules will be taught on Microsoft Teams, across two days. Each day will include two online sessions, which will run from 9:30 to 11:00 and 14:00 to 15:30.
Delegates will receive a comprehensive range of materials to help them study. These will be provided to them during the training, and they will also receive a “Delegate Training Pack” after the training, to take them up to the exam.
During the online sessions, delegates will be taught in live “classroom” sessions and will also be given opportunities to divide up into smaller study groups.
Delegates are expected to study in their own time using the materials provided. To facilitate this, a dedicated online study space will be available to all delegates from the beginning of their modules and up to the Part 1 exam (16th September 2020).
You will need a computer and a good internet connection, pens and paper. You will also be asked to download Microsoft Teams.