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Biography

After completing my degree in pharmacy at Sunderland Polytechnic, I joined Boots firstly as a pre-registration trainee, and then as a pharmacist. I worked for the company until 2014.

After my youngest son started school I completed a post graduate diploma in community clinical pharmacy at Aston University. This sparked my interest in teaching. I worked as a lecturer/practitioner at Bradford University before coming to Huddersfield in 2010.

I completed a MEd in 2014 and am now studying for a EdD. My particular research interest is in the teaching of pharmaceutical calculations.

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Research Output 2010 2016

Interprofessional Education: An Evaluation of a Joint Learning Workshop for Podiatry and Pharmacy Students

Greenwood, K., Horncastle, E. & Stephenson, J. 14 Nov 2016 In : British Journal of Pharmacy. 1, 1, p. 115-120 6 p.

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Why helping the public and the planet is important for pharmacy in the future

Lucas, B., Hawksworth, G. & Horncastle, E. 16 Jan 2010 In : Pharmaceutical Journal. 284, 7585, p. 55-56 2 p.

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