School of Life and Health Sciences
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I was overjoyed to return to Aston University in 2008 as a teacher practitioner, it having been a home to me during my time as an undergraduate on the MPharm program.
Before this post, I received extensive training in all areas of clinical pharmacy at City Hospital Birmingham where I also undertook my clinical diploma.
I still practice as a senior pharmacist within Cardiology at the Queen Elizabeth Birmingham where I am also part of the Pharmacy Education and Training team.
I have enjoyed continuing my education and am currently conducting research within the field of Pharmacy Education for a Doctorate of Pharmacy.
I contribute to the clinical teaching in all years of the undergraduate program and the ongoing development and alignment of the hospital experience sessions and other clinical teaching.
The module in which I have the greatest input is the final year clinical module, PH4703 where along with the other members of the teacher practitioner team I develop case scenarios for teaching and assessment.
In addition to teaching at Aston University, I also support students with hospital pre-registration applications through lectures, individual appointments and written materials.
I am involved in all pharmacy undergraduate research projects based at University Hospitals Birmingham. At the hospital I am part of the Pharmacy Research Group where I am responsible for developing and delivering the yearly research strategy in line with the needs of the trust.
Presented to the Pharmacy Education Conference, Manchester, 2014
Published as poster and abstract at European Association of Faculties of Pharmacy, Lisbon, 2011:
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