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Sandra Martin

Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice

Faculty/Dept/School School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences
(Faculty of Life Sciences)
Telephone +441274 233766


I registered as a pharmacist in 1989.
I worked as a hospital pharmacist between 1989-2015, various roles including Care of the Elderly, Intensive Care, Formulary Management and a Senior Antibiotic Pharmacist. In addition I worked as a GP Practice Pharmacist between 2001-2003.
Since 2015 I have worked as an Academic Pharmacist. Between 2015-2018 as a Clinical Academic Lecturer at the University of Manchester and lead for Postgraduate Advanced Clinical Skills (Short Course).
Since 2018 I have worked at the University of Bradford as a Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice and lead for the Postgraduate taught clinical pharmacy programmes for Pharmacists working in Primary Care. 


Teaching highlights

PHA7047-C Foundations in Primary Care Practice: Primary Care Pharmacy
PHA7053-C Advanced Therapeutics in Primary Care Practice: Primary Care Pharmacy
PHA7058-B Patient Safety and Decision Making: Antimicrobial Stewardship
PHA7055-C Patients and their Medicines: Medicines use in the Elderly and Antibiotics & Sepsis
PHA7048-C Applied Therapeutics: Antimicrobial Stewardship

Teaching interests

Primary Care Pharmacy (GP Practice Pharmacists).
Antimicrobial Stewardship and Antimicrobial Resistance.
Care of the Elderly.


General Practice Pharmacy.
Research into post-graduate clinical pharmacy programmes and impact of learning on pharmacists progression and patient care.
Antimicrobial Stewardship.
Role and Impact of Pharmacists working in the Emergency Department.