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Andrew Adams joined the University of Huddersfield in 2006 as a Senior Lecturer on both the MPharm course, and the Foundation degree in Medicines Management and Pharmacy Services; he has an additional role as the Admissions Tutor for the MPharm and Pharmaceutical Science degree.
Preceding his study of Pharmacy at Liverpool John Moores University, Adams worked as a Technician in a hospital and a community Pharmacist several days a week. Following his degree he found a role as a Clinical Pharmacist, and later joined staff in the School of Pharmacy at the University of Manchester to pursue a career as an educator.
Granted a training bursary from the Pharmacy Practice Research Trust (PPRT) in 2008, Adams has begun undertaking his MSc in Social Research and Evaluation; he hopes to explore the general publics' perception of the pharmacy profession and move towards a PhD.
Research Expertise and Interests
- General publics' views of the pharmacy profession
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article