Senior Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics
I qualified as a pharmacist in August 2017 and subsequently have worked in multiple roles in the primary care sector including community pharmacy and general practice. I worked in these roles alongside being an Academic Tutor at the University until 2022 when I took a full-time role in teaching.
I currently run one of the undergraduate modules for Stage 2 students focusing on respiratory and gastro-intestinal disease in addition to running the Trainee Pharmacist Foundation Programme which supports graduates of an MPharm/OSPAP course towards their registration assessment with the General Pharmaceutical Council.
I continue to work one day per week in clinical practice within general practice running respiratory-based clinics and polypharmacy medication reviews utilising my independent prescribing qualification.
Teaching and supervision
I teach clinical pharmacy and pharmacy practice across MPharm and OSPAP. I also run the Trainee Pharmacist Foundation Programme, which supports recent pharmacy graduates through their pre-registration year and associated GPhC assessment.
Research interests for potential research students
- Experiential learning
- Respiratory disease and public health