The PHARMINE study on the impact of the European Union directive on sectoral professions and of the Bologna declaration on pharmacy education in Europe

  • Jeffrey Atkinson
  • Bart Rombaut

Abstract

The Bologna declaration and the European Union (EU) directive 2005/36/EC on the recognition of professional qualifications influence the mobility of pharmacy students and pharmacy professionals, respectively. In addition the Bologna declaration aims at tuning higher education degrees including pharmacy throughout the EU in order to prepare for a harmonised European Higher Education Area. The directive outlines the knowledge, skills and qualifications required for the pursuit of the professional activity of a pharmacy in the EU. The PHARMINE project (Pharmacy Education in Europe, www.pharmine.org) looked at how the Bologna declaration and the directive influence modern-day pharmacy education and training in Europe.

 

Keywords: Education, Pharmacy. International Educational Exchange. European Union. Europe.

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Published
2011-12-12
How to Cite
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Atkinson J, Rombaut B. The PHARMINE study on the impact of the European Union directive on sectoral professions and of the Bologna declaration on pharmacy education in Europe. Pharm Pract (Granada) [Internet]. 2011Dec.12 [cited 2019Jul.23];9(4):188-94. Available from: https://pharmacypractice.org/journal/index.php/pp/article/view/48
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Guidelines, statements, positions and reports

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