Our research includes the advancement of knowledge about medicines and the pharmacist's role to influence practice and policy for the improved health of patients and optimal use of society's resources. We also focus on pharmacy education and workforce development research and evaluation both nationally and globally and associated policy formation.
Our central aim is the refinement of quantitative and qualitative methodologies for social research around medicines use, the pharmacist's role in practice and public health and education and workforce, through empirical application.
Head of Division: Professor Claire Anderson
Divisional Research Assistant: Loraine Buck
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A 15‐year overview of increasing tramadol utilisation and associated mortality and the impact of tramadol classification in the United KingdomPhamocoepidemiology and Drug Safety 2018 27 487_494.
The role of pharmacists in general practice: A realist reviewRes Soc Admin Pharm In press
PhDoh! My experience in gaining a PhD
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