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Wednesday, 26th March 2014

Starts: 26 March 2014

Professor Chris Langley & Dr Joseph Bush

Aston University

Pharmacy Practice Research in an Inner-city Population

Professor Chris Langley, Aston University

Professor Chris Langley is the Associate Dean for Taught Programmes within the School of Life and Health Sciences and Professor of Pharmacy Law and Practice. He specialises in teaching the legal, ethical and professional aspects of the pharmacy programmes within the School and has co-authored a number of pharmacy textbooks. His research examines pharmacy educational policy and the role of the pharmacy and the pharmacist in both primary and secondary care. Nationally, he undertakes work for the regulatory body for pharmacy, the General Pharmaceutical Council, where he is a member of the Pre-Registration Board of Assessors, the Accreditation and Recognition Panel and the statutory Appeals Committee. He is also a member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s Education Expert Advisory Panel (EdEAP) and the co-Chair of the national law and ethics teaching network “APPLET”.

Dr Joseph Bush, Aston University

Dr Joe Bush is Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice within the School of Life and Health Sciences. His research is focussed on the role of pharmacy and the pharmacist in public health, medication adherence and pharmacy education and he is responsible for the delivery of public health and social pharmacy teaching across Aston University’s pharmacy programmes

More information including publications can be obtained here for Professor Chris Langley and here for Dr Joe Bush

 

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