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Biography

Amie is a senior lecturer and lead for Applied Therapeutics on the MPharm course at the University. Amie graduated from Cardiff University in 2009 and has been a registered pharmacist since 2010. Amie worked as a clinical hospital pharmacist before moving into academia and now works across both sectors as an academic practitioner. Amie is involved in practice-based education and research at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.

Amie completed a clinical diploma in 2013, and later an MSc in clinical pharmacy at Bradford University, an MA in higher education at the University of Huddersfield and is currently studying for a PhD. Her research interests include insulin prescribing safety in the inpatient setting, medicines optimisation, quality improvement and pharmacy practice. Amie also teaches on the non-medical prescribing course at the university and is a senior author for the Prescribing Safety Assessment.

Amie has an active interest in Interprofessional Education and chairs the University's Interprofessional Education Interest Group. She has recently helped establish the Huddersfield Realist Researchers group - a university-wide interest group for those using realist research approaches.

 

Research Expertise and Interests

  • Interprofessional Education 
  • Medicines Optimisation and Safety

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