2016 Projects

Research Development Awards

Trends in Opioid Prescribing and Associated resource utilisation in Wales (TOPAS)

The development of a peer support intervention to address the challenges faced by novice community pharmacists at transition to practice

Do adults with extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) have altered pharmacokinetic profiles to commonly used anti-infectives – caspofungin, posaconazole and voriconazole?

The pharmacy workforce: an exploration of factors influencing postgraduate professional development. The transition from foundation to advanced pharmacy practice

An investigation into the lived experience with medicines of people with learning disabilities in community based residential settings in Grampian

Research Training Bursaries

MSc Community Pharmacy Public Health Services – University of Manchester

Implementation and Improvement Science Module (30 credit) Kings College London; Measurement and Evaluation in Healthcare Module (15 credit) Kings College London

Public Health MPH

Developing research skills through undertaking small scale project which will review the patient centred approach to pharmacy practice with a focus on using health coaching methods as part of PhD by prior publication/portfolio – Kingston University, London

Masters of Public Health (MPH), University of Liverpool (London Campus)

Partnership Awards

Enhanced clinical pharmacy practice in the emergency department: what is it, and what does it mean for patient care?

The multidisciplinary approach to the prevention of Bisphosphonate Related Osteonecrosis Of The Jaw (BRONJ). A Qualitative study into the attitudes and perceptions of patients

A qualitative study of the barriers and enablers to administration of supportive therapy closer to home for breast cancer patients

Project Grants

Improving the patient-pharmacist interaction: A new approach to help patients make informed decisions

The use of Patient-Held Information about Medication to support medicines optimisation (the PHIMed study)

Maximising access to medicines for children: Setting up “Pill School” in NHS settings to train and support young patients to take tablets and capsules