Dr. Nicola Gray
Starts: 12 November 2014
Wednesday 12th November 2014
Green Line Consulting
"Why should pharmacy care about young people?"
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.
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