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Dr Julie Morgan

Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice

Faculty/Dept/School School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences
(Faculty of Life Sciences)
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I gained my PhD in 2001 and my thesis was entitled The Role of the Practice Pharmacist in the Promotion of Evidence Based Prescribing. This research focussed on evaluation of the impact of Primary Care Pharmacists implementing prescribing guidelines, medication review and intervention to reduce benzodiazepine prescribing. I have since supervised approximately 65 Pharmacy undergraduate students undertaking research projects linked to medicines management/optimisation and community pharmacy development. I have supervised 6 MSc students to completion, on a range of topics linked to optimising use of medication and medicines-related safety. I have additionally been involved in the supervision of 8 doctoral students, including supervising 1 PhD and 2 DPharm students to successful completion. I have also undertaken small-scale projects in pharmacy education and plan to become more involved in this type of research. 


Medicines optimisation Medicines safety Pharmacy education Medicines optimisation Medicines safety Pharmacy education Research Collaborations Bradford Institute for Health Research (BIHR) Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Belfast Hospitals NHS Trust Research Collaborations Bradford Institute for Health Research (BIHR) Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Belfast Hospitals NHS Trust


Teaching interests

My particular areas of teaching experience and expertise include the practice of pharmacy, therapeutics, consultation skills, clinical governance, clinical audit, medicines optimisation and patient safety.

Professional activities

  • 01-JAN-06: University of Bradford - Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Practice
  • 01-JAN-01: University of Bradford - PhD
  • 01-JAN-95: University of Bradford - BPharm
  • General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC), Member
  • 17-JUL-95: Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS), Member
  • Higher Education Academy (HEA), Fellow
  • Primary Care Pharmacists Association (PCPA), Member
  • 08-JAN-18: School Leadership Board,
  • School Learning & Teaching Committee,
  • Faculty Learning & Teaching Committee,
  • Programme Leaders' Forum,
  • School Team Leader Group,
  • Board of Examiners,
  • 01-JAN-17: - Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE)


Peer Reviewed Journal
TitleCustom and practice: A multi-center study of medicines reconciliation following admission in four acute hospitals in the UK (2014)
AuthorsUrban, Rachel L.; Armitage, Gerry R.; Morgan, Julie D.; Marshall, Kay M.; Blenkinsopp, Alison; Scally, Andy J.
TitleCommunicating medication changes to community pharmacy post-discharge: The good, the bad, and the improvements (2013)
AuthorsUrban R.;Paloumpi E.;Rana N.;Morgan J.
JournalInternational Journal of Clinical Pharmacy
TitleHow can primary care organisations better support community pharmacy development? (2010)
AuthorsMorgan J.;Cheung K.;Thorp F.
JournalPharmaceutical Journal
TitleDevelopment, implementation and cost-effectiveness of a protocol for review of combination diuretic prescribing (2003)
AuthorsMorgan J.;Wright D.;Chrystyn H.;George B.;Booth A.;Shoesmith D.
JournalBritish Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
TitlePharmacoeconomic evaluation of a patient education letter aimed at reducing long-term prescribing of benzodiazepines (2002)
AuthorsMorgan J.;Wright D.;Chrystyn H.
JournalPharmacy World and Science
Other Publications
Other typeReviews
TitlePerceptions of medicines use reviews - The views of community pharmacists within a West Yorkshire primary care trust (2008)
AuthorsUrban R.;Rivers P.;Morgan J.
JournalPharmaceutical Journal
Title Author(s)
‘Have you got the drugs?’ a survey of customers accessing palliative medicines from community pharmacies in Sheffield. (2018)E Miller, J D Morgan, A Blenkinsopp
A mixed methods evaluation of factors impacting on the community pharmacist’s role in providing access to palliative medicines in Sheffield, UK: incorporating pharmacist, GP and other healthcare professional views. (2018)E Miller, J D Morgan, C Wong, A Blenkinsopp
What is the community pharmacist’s role in palliative care: views of healthcare professionals within a UK city. (2018)E Miller, J D Morgan, C Wong, A Blenkinsopp
Defining medicines reconciliation for patients using qualitative consensus methods with a Patient-Public Involvement panel. (2018)Khan S, Hamilton N, Morgan JD, Fylan B, Urban R, Blenkinsopp A
Do prescribing errors impact on access to urgent palliative medicines? A quantitative study in Sheffield. (2017)E Miller, J D Morgan, A Blenkinsopp
Are subcutaneous palliative medicines available and accessible: an out of hours (OOH) audit in Sheffield (2016)Miller E, Morgan JD, Blenkinsopp A, Wong C
Communicating about medication: Who, what, where, when, how? (2013)Urban RL, Armitage G, Morgan J, Marshall K, Blenkinsopp A
Is electronic discharge the answer? (2012)Urban R, Armitage G, Morgan J, Marshall K