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Wednesday, 5th March 2014

Starts: 5 March 2014

Picture of Seminar Speaker Dr Claire Anderson

Professor Claire Anderson

Nottingham University

People's experiences of taking antidepressants

I worked as a pharmacist for seven years both as a hospital clinical pharmacist and a community pharmacist in a small group in Oxford. I then took up a joint appointment as regional postgraduate tutor for Oxford and North West Thames Regional Health Authorities and a lectureship at Department of Pharmacy, King's College of London. I was part time Pharmaceutical Adviser at Buckinghamshire Health Authority in 1992. I eventually became a full time lecturer at King's College and completed my PhD in 1997, "Health Promotion by Community Pharmacists" an evaluation of the Barnet High Street Health Scheme. In 1999 I was appointed to a senior lectureship at Nottingham, promoted to reader in 2002 and then to a personal chair in 2003.

I am head of the division of Social Research in Medicines and Health within the School of Pharmacy.

I am lead for academic and institutional capacity for the International Pharmaceutical Federation Global Pharmacy Education Development Team www.fip.org/education

I am an elected member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, English Pharmacy Board and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society National Assembly.

More information including publications can be obtained here

 

Location

Redwood 2.60c (NLT)

1.30pm. Refreshments from 1:20pm

 

Host

Prof Dai John

Position:Professor and Deputy Head of School
Dr Dai John
Telephone: +44 (0)29 208 75804 Extension: 75804

 

Other information

Open To: Public
Staff and Students
Undergraduate Students