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Dr Gemma Quinn

PositionSenior Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy
LocationN21 Richmond Building
DepartmentPharmacy and Medical Sciences
RKT CentreEducation, Innovation, Research and Development
Feedback HoursMonday - Thursday
Telephone+44 (0) 1274 233497
EmailG.Quinn@bradford.ac.uk
Twitter@drgemmaquinn

Research Interests (key words only)

Professional identity, professionalism, education

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

Undergraduate

  • Medicines related problems
  • Renal and urinary problems
  • Reflection
  • Student selected assignments
  • Student selected component

Postgraduate

  • MSc/PG Diploma Clinical Pharmacy (Secondary Care)
  • Foundations in clinical practice
  • Consultation skills and quality of care
  • Applied therapeutics
  • MSc/PG Diploma Clinical Pharmacy (Community)
  • Gastroenterology
  • Physician's Associate
  • Patients and their medicines

Administrative Responsibilities

  • Programme leader - MSc/PG Diploma Clinical Pharmacy (Secondary Care)
  • Module leader - Consultation skills and quality of care Quality and service improvement project
  • Programme leader - MSc/PG Diploma Clinical Pharmacy (Primary Care)
  • Programme leader - MSc/PG Diploma Advanced Pharmacy Practice (Primary Care)
  • Other MSc and MPharm personal academic tutor DPharm supervisor
  • Member of MPharm admissions panel
  • Member of the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences
  • Learning and Teaching committee
  • Member of the Faculty of Life Sciences Learning and Teaching committee
  • Chair, Board of Examiners

Study History

  • 2009-2017: DPharm, University of Bradford. Thesis entitled: Developing a professional identity: A grounded theory of pharmacy students undertaking an early period of pre-registration training
  • 2008: Independent prescribing course, King’s College, London
  • 2007: Clinical Syndromes module of MSc in Infectious Diseases for Pharmacists, Imperial College, London
  • 2002-2005: Diploma (Distinction) in Pharmacy Practice, School of Pharmacy, London
  • 1997-2001: MPharm (2:1), University of Nottingham 

Professional History

  • 2010-present: Senior Lecturer, Pharmacy Practice, University of Bradford 
  • 2008-2010: Lecturer-practitioner, University of Bradford/ Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust 
  • 2006-2008: External marker for PgD; De Montfort University, Leicester 
  • 2001-2008: Various roles including;  Lead Pharmacist Admissions and Discharge, Senior Admissions Pharmacist; Medicines Management Pharmacist and Resident Pharmacist; Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London 

Professional Activities

  • Member of General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC)
  • Member of Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS)
  • Partner for Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)

Research Areas

  • Development of professionalism and professional identity
  • Reflection Education

Current Projects

Research supervision:

  • MSc Clinical Pharmacy (Hospital) - Hand washing in Pharmacists; Warfarin counselling
  • MPharm - Perceptions of post-registration education requirements; Effect of hospital placements on career choice

Publications

  • Bracey G, Miller G, Dean Franklin B, Jacklin A and Gaskin G (2008), The Contribution of a Pharmacy Admissions Service to Patient Care.  Clin Med  8 p53-7 (also presented as a poster at UKCPA conference)
  • Bryony Dean Franklin, Roopa Karia, Paul Bullock, Gemma Bracey and Ann Jacklin (2003), One-stop dispensing - does one size fit all? Pharm J 271 p365

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