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Pharmacy at Otago: The First 50 Years - the School, the Profession and the People





School of Pharmacy - University of Otago



Dunedin: New Zealand’s National School of Pharmacy, University of Otago


To celebrate the 50th Jubilee of the Bachelor of Pharmacy at the University of Otago historian and lecturer in social pharmacy, Dr Susan Heydon, and Dean of the School of Pharmacy, Professor Stephen Duffull, have collaborated to produce this intentionally small and illustrated book to tell the story of university level pharmacy education for pharmacists in New Zealand and to set it in the wider context that helps explain the ‘why’ of what happened and when. As the Introduction explains, ‘It is a history of excitement and frustration, of small beginnings and expansion, of struggles for space, of new developments and consolidation, of teaching and research, of staff and students from within New Zealand and also from overseas, and of local, national and international achievements.’


Susan Heydon and Stephen Duffull, “Pharmacy at Otago: The First 50 Years - the School, the Profession and the People,” | OUR Heritage, accessed July 20, 2019,

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