Dr Kay M.G. Wood

Senior Lecturer (Clinical Pharmacy)

PG Programme Director - PgDip for Overseas Pharmacists (OSPAP)

Member of the Pharmacy Teaching Programme

Aston Pharmacy School
School of Life and Health Sciences
Aston University, Aston Triangle
Birmingham, B4 7ET, UK

Email: k.m.g.wood@aston.ac.uk

Telephone: +44 (0) 121 204 4042

Room: MB442a


Kay Wood

PH2506: Biochemistry and haematology testing, drug treatment in the elderly, diagnosis and monitoring in diabetes.
PH4703: Module Leader.  Lecture on rational prescribing, workshop on sexual and mental health; lead mini-CEXs (written by TPs) on liver disease, renal disease, Crohn’s, drug use in pregnancy and paediatrics.  
PH3609:  Lecture on drug interactions, medication reviews and evidence base for complementary medicines.  Involved in design of many workshops

Also contributions to PH2501 and PH3601

  • 2014-date  Deputy Course Director for Certificate in Independent Prescribing for Pharmacists, Aston University
  • 2013-date  Senior Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy, Aston University 
  • 2010-11  P/TIntermediate Care Pharmacist, Birmingham Community Healthcare Trust 
  • 2010  P/T  Prescribing Advisor, Clinical Care, Birmingham East and North PCT (PT)
  • 2009-date  Director of OSPAP, Aston University
  • 2005-2009  Director of Postgraduate Studies, School of Pharmacy, Aston University
  • 2002-2003 P/T Medicines Management Services Collaborative Project Facilitator, South Warwickshire PCT
  • 2000-02 P/T Practice Pharmacist, Prescribing Support Services, West Coventry PCG
  • 1996-date Teaching Fellow (Pharmacy Practice), Aston University
  • 1992-96 Research Assistant, Department of Medicines Management, Keele University
  • 1991-92 Assistant Dispensary Manager & Clinical Trials Pharmacist, Birmingham General Hospital
  • 1989-91 Grade B Pharmacist, Birmingham General Hospital
  • 1988-89 Pre-registration Pharmacy Graduate, Coventry Hospitals
  • Managing change in primary care
  • Repeat dispensing
  • Compliance/concordance
  • Pharmacists' attitudes towards learning about practice research

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