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Core attitudes

Having successfully completed an undergraduate degree in Pharmacology, graduates will have:

  • A concern for detail and quality

  • A curious attitude and openness when interpreting data
  • A confident and adaptable working attitude
  • A willingness to accept a challenge
  • The courage to stand up for their principles under pressure
  • A resilient attitude in the face of failure or unexpected outcomes
  • The ability to work to the highest principles of scientific integrity, following ethical working practices
  • The ability to apply creative/innovative approaches to addressing complex problems
  • The ability to maintain effective working relationships and collaborations
  • The ability to work to fixed deadlines and manage pressure
  • A willingness to engage with developments across science and healthcare
  • The ability to identify employment opportunities and independently pursue personal career goals
  • The confidence and ability to apply their skills in a real world setting
  • The skills for lifelong learning e.g. independence, time management, organisation and planning, initiative, knowledge transfer
  • An appreciation of the societal relevance and impact of pharmacology
  • An appreciation of the value of public engagement and outreach
  • The ability to self-assess performance
  • An understanding of how to evaluate risk