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James was awarded a first class MPharm degree from the University of Bath in 2007. He undertook his pre-registration training at Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation trust and successfully joined the pharmaceutical register in 2008. During this time James was president of the British Pharmaceutical Students’ Association and a member of the RPSGB Education committee.
James worked as a pharmacist in North Bristol NHS Trust, before undertaking work a locum community pharmacist in Bristol. In 2009 James joined the school of pharmacy to work as a research assistant, before beginning his PhD.
His PhD is focused on the future role of community pharmacy, and how future business and professional models of community pharmacy practice are likely to be structured. He is also part of a national team evaluating the New Medicines Service in community pharmacy.
James also holds a keen interest in pharmacy education and assists in the teaching of the MPharm program. He is a student representative on the Modernising Pharmacy Careers Program Board which is part of Medical Education England. He also sits on other groups investigating barriers for patient access to effective use of medicines.
James has a wide variety of interests and his published work includes areas such as cardiovascular risk testing in pharmacies, the role of telepharmacy in delivering patient care, effects of automation and Electronic transfer of prescriptions on safety of medicines and student views on future pharmacy practice.
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