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Dr. Nicola Gray

Starts: 12 November 2014

Wednesday 12th November 2014

Green Line Consulting

"Why should pharmacy care about young people?"

Dr. Nicola Gray Seminar Speaker 14-15

A pharmacist health services researcher with experience in community, hospital and academic pharmacy. She has expertise in pharmacy practice, policy and research. Dr. Gray’s research interests are in self care, self-medication, health literacy, and child and adolescent health. She was a recipient of a Pharmaceutical Care Award in 1999 for the creation of the first pharmacy-based emergency contraception service in Manchester. She was awarded a prestigious Harkness Fellowship in International Health Care Policy in 2001, which supported a year studying adolescents’ use of the Internet for health information, and US health services and policy, in the USA in 2001/2. She was awarded Fellowship of the US Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine in March 2010 for research and national leadership in the field of young people’s health.

More information including publications can be obtained here: 
http://www.greenlineconsulting.co.uk/short-cv-nicola-gray/

Location

Paul Spencer Lecture Theatre , Redwood (2.60C)
2pm - Refreshments from 1:50pm (PSLT)

Host

Dr Delyth James

Position:Senior Lecturer & Course Director of MSc in Pharmacy Clinical Practice (Community & Primary Care)
Dr Delyth James
Telephone: +44 (0)29 208 75828 Extension: 75828

 

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