This is an exciting opportunity for an exceptional and experienced expert in Pharmacology/Medicines Optimization to lead the academic and professional overview of education and practice across a range of professionally based programmes in the Department of Nursing and Midwifery.
The successful candidate will lead the Independent Pharmacist Certificate course and support the highly successful non-medical prescribing programs for Nurses, Pharmacists’ and Allied Health Professionals, alongside the Pharmacology curriculum requirements in the MSc Physician Associate and MSc Advancing Clinical Practice and Pre-registration nursing Programmes.
The candidate will be required to develop and contribute to transformational health and social care agenda’s that support new models of healthcare delivery through new ways of working. The post holder will be committed to promoting academic enquiry that develops critical thinking in students at all levels and which supports safe, effective, evidenced based decision making for medicine administration and prescribing practice.
Shortlisted candidates invited to interview will be asked to deliver a 20 minute teaching session (followed by 5 minutes of questions) aimed at Masters level students on a Non-Medical Prescribing program ‘How do Non-Medical Prescribers fit within the advanced practice agenda?’