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DPC platform

The DPC platform provides continuing training programs for hospital pharmacists. Indeed, the actual training of a hospital pharmacists does not end, but rather starts once the pharmacist obtains their diploma in hospital pharmacy. Availing themselves of a training program enabling them to periodically recertify their professional competencies is key for hospital pharmacists to maintain and upgrade their skills.

The DPC platform brings together and records all the different training activities performed by individual pharmacists so that they can build their own competencies map. +


R-Farma platform

This part of the platform brings together a roster of courses specifically targeted to residents. It also contains courses directed to hospital pharmacists which could be of interest to residents.

This part of the platform is supervised by SEFH’s Tutors Group, who also make proposals for the incorporation of courses that may complement the training residents receive in their respective hospitals as part of the official hospital pharmacy resident programs. It comprises two courses: the Re-Uno Program and the 4th year pharmacotherapeutics course. +


EXPERT platform

The EXPERT platform brings together courses aimed at specialists wishing to broaden their knowledge of certain specific domains of hospital pharmacy for which advanced expertise is required.

Places for the courses are limited. Some of them have been accredited as university-standard courses and SEFH launches a call for registrations every year. Scholarships are available to attend certain courses not organized by SEFH, such as preparation courses for the BPS exams. +



The Technifarm platform is addressed to pharmacy technicians.

The last 30 years have seen a surge in the level of specialization and the number of services offered by hospital pharmacy departments. Many hospital pharmacists have also joined multidisciplinary care teams. This means that nowadays the only way to keep growing is to delegate some tasks to non-pharmacist professionals. To do this it is essential to appropriately train pharmacy technicians not just at academic level but also by providing them with continuous professional development opportunities that allow them to enhance their skills. +

Graduate-level education

Furthering the training of 5th year pharmacy students

The Spanish Society of Hospital Pharmacy and the National Conference of Pharmacy School Deans have signed an agreement whereby students whose supervised practicums were cancelled due to COVID-19 may benefit from an online training program that provides them with the competencies and skills they need to pass their practicum, which is a compulsory part of their course of studies, and obtain their pharmacy degree during the present academic year. +