Hadar graduated from the University of Bradford with a first-class honours in Pharmacy. After registration with the General Pharmaceutical Council in 2009, Hadar pursued a career in the specialty area of mental health. He gained his Non-Medical Prescribing qualification within this area. He progressed within the NHS until he was appointed by Alternative Futures Group, the largest provider of private mental health services in the north-west to be their Chief Pharmacist. Recognition of Hadar’s expertise in the area of mental health has led him to being appointed as Specialist Professional and Clinical Advisor to the Care Quality Commission Mental Health and Adult Social inspectorates and to hold position on the Centre for Guidelines Development for National Institute of Health and Care Excellence developing and updating clinical guidelines in the area of mental health.
Alongside his clinical commitments, Hadar is an academic senior lecturer at the University of Bradford, School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences. Hadar teaches on both the undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses in the Faculty of Life Sciences.
Hadar retains an active role in both applied and basic research and has published several papers in these areas. His main area of research interest lays in health services research and medicines optimisation. Hadar has developed national and pan-European prescribing guidelines with various healthcare agencies and has led on publishing Cochrane Systematic reviews and development of Impact Case Studies for REF.
ResearchMedicines Optimisation/management particularly in older people
Systematic review methodology
Realist methodology application Health Services Research
Analysis of large data sets eg Research One
Masters in Pharmacy (Undergraduate)
Clinical Sciences (Undergraduate)
Postgraduate Clinical Diploma
Senses, Thoughts and Movement 2 (Stage 3): Mental Health (unit lead)
Patient Centered Care (Stage 4): Integrated Pharmacy Services (unit lead)
Senses, Thoughts and Movement 2 (Stage 3):Substance Misuse
Senses, Thoughts and Movement 1 (Stage 2): Substance Misuse