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Yr Athro Dai John

Yr Athro Dai John

Professor of Pharmacy and Deputy Head of School

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I am currently Professor of Pharmacy and Deputy Head at the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Research Interests:

Pharmacy practice and health services research including:

  • Legal, ethical and professional aspects of pharmacy, including professional regulation;
  • Pharmacy and healthcare education, training and development, including interprofessional education;
  • Patient and public involvement in health, science and technology related to pharmacy, medicines and health.

Qualifications

  • 1985 BPharm (First Class Honours), University of Wales.
  • 1986 Member, Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain
  • 1991 PhD, University of Wales (Clinical pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of sublingual verapamil)
  • 1994 LLM (Legal Aspects of Medical Practice), University of Wales (Investigator fraud in therapeutic drug trials in England and Wales)
  • 2000 Diploma in Methods & Applications of Social Research, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University
  • 2002 Fellow, The Higher Education Academy (formerly the Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, ILTM)
  • 2009 Designated Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain
  • 2009 Practical Leadership for University Management award (ILM endorsed award)
  • 2013 Fellow of the Faculty, RPS

Scientific & Professional Service:

  • Fellow, Higher Education Academy
  • Fellow, Royal Pharmaceutical Society
  • Fellow of the Faculty of the RPS
  • Registered Pharmacist, General Pharmaceutical Council
  • Member, Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME)
  • Member, International Pharmacy Federation (FIP)
  • Member, Welsh Pharmaceutical Committee
  • Steering Group, APPLET Network (Advancing the Provision of Pharmacy Law and Ethics Teaching)
  • Research Panel, British Pharmaceutical Conference
  • Member, All Wales Pharmacy Education & Training Committee
  • Faculty Champion/Lead & Committee Member, Cardiff and the Vale RPS Local Practice Forum
  • (Founder) Chairman, Welsh School of Pharmacy Past Students' Association

Aelodaethau proffesiynol

  • Member, Fitness to Practise Committee, General Pharmaceutical Council
  • Fellow, Higher Education Academy
  • Fellow, Royal Pharmaceutical Society
  • Fellow of the Faculty of the RPS
  • Registered Pharmacist, General Pharmaceutical Council
  • Member, Association for the Study of Medical Education (ASME)
  • Member, International Pharmacy Federation (FIP)
  • Member, Welsh Pharmaceutical Committee
  • Steering Group, APPLET Network (Advancing the Provision of Pharmacy Law and Ethics Teaching)
  • Research Panel, British Pharmaceutical Conference
  • Member, All Wales Pharmacy Education & Training Committee
  • Faculty Champion/Lead & Committee Member, Cardiff and the Vale RPS Local Practice Forum
  • (Founder) Chairman, Welsh School of Pharmacy Past Students' Association

Pwyllgorau ac adolygu

  • School Board
  • Research & Engagement Committee
  • Learning, Teaching & Assessment Committee
  • Equality & Diversity Committee
  • Boards of Study – Undergraduate and Postgraduate

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Modules in the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences:

  • PH1122  The role of the pharmacist in professional practice
  • PH2110  Clinical & professional pharmacy
  • PH3110  Optimisation of pharmaceutical care
  • PH4116  Pharmacy research or scholarship project
  • PH4117  Pharmaceutical sciences, pharmacy practice and the population
  • PH4118  Pharmaceutical sciences, pharmacy practice and the patient

School of Medicine: 

  • Undergraduate Medicine (MB BCh) 
  • BSc (Medical Education intercalation)

School of Healthcare Sciences:

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Non-medical Prescribing

External examiner appointments - taught programmes 

Current

  • Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (PSNI)
  • Trinity College Dublin (BSC Pharmacy)
  • University College Cork (MSc in Clinical Pharmacy)

Former

  • Keele University (MPharm)
  • Queen's University, Belfast (MPharm)
  • University of London (UCL-Birbeck, Fd)
  • Aston University (PG Overseas Pharmacist Assessment Programme)
  • Aston University (MSc schemes in Clinical Pharmacy & Pharmacy Practice)
  • University of Nottingham (MPharm)
  • University of Bradford (MPharm)
  • The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen (MSc in Clinical Pharmacy)

Research interests

Pharmacy practice and health services research including:

  • Legal, ethical and professional aspects of pharmacy, including professional regulation
  • Pharmacy and healthcare education, training and development, including interprofessional education
  • Patient and public involvement in health, science and technology related to pharmacy, medicines and health.

Current PhD Students

The following PhD students are undertaking pharmacy education research projects:

Pei Nee Wong with Louise Hughes & Rhian Deslandes

Beth Copp with Louise Hughes & Sion Coulman

Completed PhD Students

The following PhD students have been supervised to completion:

Hank Du - Evaluation of the contribution of OTC medicine sales data to public health protection

Salah Waheedi - Role of the community pharmacist in vascular risk assessment

Lynne Bollington - Pharmacy education & training capacity within the NHS trusts in Wales

Mohammed Inaam Haq - Evaluation of Clinical application of micro-needle devices

Rhian Deslandes (nee Jones) - The role of the pharmacist as a supplementary prescriber

Ruth Rodgers - Pharmaceutical ethics and professional discipline

Emma Jones - The management of health and illness - a qualitative study of men

Sean McAteer - Evaluation of pharmacy graduates’ perceptions and experiences of the pre-registration year

Jane Frankland - Lay knowledge, self-care and use of community pharmacy 

Stuart Wyn Evans - Investigation and evaluation of advice offered to the public by community pharmacists

PhD  External Examining Appointments:

Professor John has examined 14 doctoral theses, including one in Malaysia and two in Australia.