University of Liverpool School of Medicine joins Better Meds EDU Programme

The University of Liverpool School of Medicine now stands as the seventh UK member of our Better Meds EDU programme, alongside institutions such as Liverpool John Moores University, University of Plymouth, Newcastle University School of Pharmacy, University College London, and Manchester Medical School.

Ranked among the UK's largest medical institutions, the Liverpool School of Medicine accommodates approximately 1400 medical undergraduates and 600 taught postgraduates concurrently. Through the integration of advanced tools into its curriculum and in collaboration with Liverpool John Moores University Pharmacy School, both institutions collectively equip a significant number of medical and pharmacy students in Liverpool with the essential skills in electronic prescribing and medication administration.

»University of Liverpool School of Medicine is pleased to announce they are now working with Better Meds Edu who will be providing the University with an electronic prescribing education program to support effective prescribing for our student doctors,« said Ruth Newton, Course Lead - Safe Prescribing (Medical Education Pharmacist) Liverpool School of Medicine.

Through the Better Meds EDU Programme, which offers unmatched preparation, the latest innovations, and cutting-edge technology, medical students bridge the gap between academia and clinical practice. They embark on a journey of electronic prescribing, reviewing, and administering medicines using the same tools that will shape their future practices. By embracing these modern practices, students gain a competitive advantage in the job market.

Liverpool School of Medicine maintains strong ties with the region's NHS organizations, which actively participate in course design and host students for practical training. Partner hospitals include the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Broadgreen Hospital, Whiston Hospital, Aintree University Hospital, The Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Arrowe Park Hospital, Liverpool Women's Hospital, Countess of Chester Hospital, Warrington Hospital, and Alder Hey Children's Hospital. Additionally, the medical school has close affiliations with the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.

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