Students of health and pharmacology disciplines often find their studies particularly demanding; the depth of knowledge required to work in these fields often mean that university courses are exhausting and challenging. Competition is very fierce, particularly at top institutions, and students often struggle to satisfy timeframes and deadlines.
New assessment methods also make success in health and pharmacology degrees difficult; students are unlikely to have experienced laboratory sessions and oral presentations before, particularly not to the degree of accuracy and compliance required. Health and pharmacology graduates will typically move into a number of closely-related fields, such as immunology, biomedical science and toxicology.
Less common choices may include scientific journalism or medical history. Graduates develop a range of skills including decision-making, teamwork and critical analytical and problem-solving abilities that are universally valued.
Students in health-related disciplines may be studying one of the following degree courses:
- Biomedical science
- Clinical Neuroscience
- Medical history
Alternatively your course may be related to pharmacology:
- Industrial pharmacology: drug development, process taking, pharmacosnosy
- Environment sciences
WritePass guarantees that all pieces of work created on behalf of Health Sciences students will be of at least 2.1 standard. Such a wide-ranging subject can inevitably cause concern: with so much to learn and process students can quickly become overwhelmed. WritePass has distinct expertise in the health disciplines including pharmacology and medicine. Our experts have both academic and clinical success and can help you aim higher, and achieve your goals, quickly and efficiently.
- Clinical & literature research
- Quantitative and qualitative analysis
- Help with theoretical and practical understanding
- Laboratory reports
- Oral presentations
- Research projects
- Analytical techniques
WritePass guarantees that all pieces of work will be of at least 2.1 standard.