Mais started her job as a Research Associate at the Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit (NCTU) on 2021. She finished her PhD in Pharmacy Practice from Reading University in 2021 and her Master's in Clinical Pharmacy from Jordan University of Science and Technology in 2011. Her main research interests are clinical pharmacy, medication safety, human factors, Resilient Healthcare, diabetes and cardiology. She is also interested in qualitative research methodology to answer clinical questions. Prior to her current role, she had an experience of 6 years as a clinical lecturer, teaching pharmacy and Medicine students in Higher Education on courses such Clinical communication skills, Therapeutics and pharmaceutical care, Dispensing, Clinical pharmacokinetics, Evidence-based medicine, Hospital pharmacy, Physiology and Anatomy.
Mais is also a member of various professional organisations, among them the Jordanian Pharmacists Association, the Palestinian Pharmacists Association, the International Association of Video-Reflexive Ethnographers, and the Saudi Diabetes and Endocrine Association. In October 2020 she achieved the status of Associate Fellow (AFHEA) in recognition of attainment against the UK Professional Standards Framework for teaching and learning support in higher education.
Along with her research responsibilities, Mais supervises a Master of Public Health student working on a project at Nottingham University which is about safety strategies used and challenges faced by… read more
Along with her research responsibilities, Mais supervises a Master of Public Health student working on a project at Nottingham University which is about safety strategies used and challenges faced by healthcare practitioners while using insulin pens. She is also the primary supervisor of a medical student dissertation about Artificial sweeteners and the risk of cancer.