Principles for inclusive implementation of the undergraduate pharmacology core curriculum

Steven John Tucker* (Corresponding Author), Anna Zecharia

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Through our vision for inclusive pharmacology, the British Pharmacological Society commits to placing equity, diversity, and inclusion at the heart of pharmacology, whether in terms of the opportunity for a successful career or in benefitting from pharmacology research. How pharmacology is taught, and to whom is at the heart of achieving this. Therefore, we have developed the following principles for inclusive implementation of the undergraduate pharmacology curriculum as part of a holistic review to help ensure that the curriculum continues to meet the needs of students, responds to an evolving discipline—and ultimately reflects the real-world settings that require pharmacology education and training.
Original languageEnglish
Article numbere01023
Number of pages2
JournalPharmacology Research and Perspectives
Issue number6
Early online date13 Nov 2022
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2022

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The British Pharmacological Society would like to thank members of the expert steering group: Professor Emma Taylor, Dr Nelson Chong, Dr Aidan Seeley, Dr Stephen Alexander, Professor Anja Mueller, Anna Wallis, Professor Catriona Waitt, Professor Clare Guilding, Dr Nicholas Freestone, Dr Jennifer Koenig, Dr Lauren Walker, Dr Manasi Nandi, Dr Shola Olafuyi, Professor Steve Tucker (VP Academic Development). The group was chaired by Dr Anna Zecharia, the British Pharmacological Society's Director, Policy & Public Affairs.


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