School of Pharmacy

Staff listing for the Pharmacy Practice and Policy Division 

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Rosie Adsley

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science



I completed my undergraduate MPharm degree at the University of Bath between 2003-2007 and then completed my pre-registration training as a split between Pfizer R&D and Alliance Pharmacy, qualifying in 2008. I then moved to Nottingham to undertake my PhD in the Targeted Therapeutics doctoral training centre. My research focused on visualization of the cellular uptake of nanoparticles using a variety of imaging techniques and was completed in 2013.

Following my PhD I worked in community pharmacy for Manor Pharmacy, subsequently Peak Pharmacy, working initially as a relief pharmacist and then permanently at a large, busy pharmacy in Ilkeston,Derbyshire. During this time I was also involved in providing an out of hours syringe driver service for palliative care patients in Erewash.

I began working at DeMontfort University, Leicester, as a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy practice in 2017 and my main teaching areas included pharmacy law and ethics, women's health, pain management and palliative care. I was also the foundation training lead for the MPharm programme and led a range of modules ranging from first to final year. In 2019 I was awarded the Vice Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching Award for outstanding contribution to teaching. In 2022 I began my role as Assistant Professor in Pharmacy Practice at the University of Nottingham.

Teaching Summary

I am involved in teaching across the MPharm programme including PHAR4013 (Integrated Pharmaceutical and Patient Care 1) and PHAR3005 (Research Project)

Research Summary

Innovation in teaching and learning

School of Pharmacy

University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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