Diploma in Pharmaceutical Medicine
DPM Part 1 exam - Multiple Choice Paper: 13 September 2023
DPM Part 2 exam - Short Answer Paper: 10 October 2023
DPM Part 2 exam - Critical Appraisal Paper: 11 October 2023
Bookings are now closed, exam entries will be confirmed on 11 August.
The DPM exams are delivered online with remote invigilation
For more information go to online examinations.
From the 2024 exams there will be a change to the eligibility criteria:
To register for the CPM, you must hold a bachelor’s degree in any scientific discipline or have worked as a registered pharmacist, nurse, midwife, physiotherapist, osteopath, chiropractor, or psychologist.
It is strongly recommended you have at least two years’ experience of working in pharmaceutical medicine, and specifically in disciplines that provide experience relevant to the CPM syllabus (for example, clinical development, medical affairs, pharmacovigilance, or other related disciplines).