Wednesday, 5th March 2014
Starts: 5 March 2014
Professor Claire Anderson
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.
Redwood 2.60c (NLT)
1.30pm. Refreshments from 1:20pm
Open To: Public
Staff and Students