UCL School of Pharmacy

Mrs Nadia Bukhari

Mrs Nadia Bukhari

Principal Teaching Fellow

Practice & Policy

UCL School of Pharmacy

Joined UCL
4th Aug 2003

Research summary

Currently in Year 6 of PhD : Leadership in Pharmacy

Teaching summary

Teaching interests

·         Clinical Pharmacy & Therapeutics

·         Pharmacy Practice

·         Leadership


Nadia is the chairwoman for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS)  National pre-reg courses. She is the academic lead for London-Central Local RPS, and is also a recently elected board member for the English Pharmacy Board at the RPS, making her the first Muslim woman to be on the Board.Nadia started her professional career as a community pharmacist as a pharmacy manager in London. Nadia then moved on to work for Bart’s and the London NHS Trust, London as a clinical pharmacist in surgery. 
She is now a Principal Teaching Fellow in pharmacy practice at UCL School of Pharmacy which involves her leading on the final year pharmacy practice module.  She has also recently taken on the exciting role of head of alumni relations for the school.
Nadia as furthered her personal leadership goals and has also been recently appointed as an associate Non-Executive Director for London North West NHS Trust and Education Director for PharmAesthetics UK.

Nadia has an avid interest in pharmacy research. Her area of research is Pharmacy & Leadership and she is now in her 6th year of her PhD.  She is also a renowned author for pharmacy. Nadia has authored eight titles with the Pharmaceutical Press and is the Founder for the Registrations Assessment Questions series and the Pharmacy Registration Assessment Questions series at the Pharmaceutical Press, London.

Through all of her activities and engagement on committees she has earned a well-known reputation as a leader within pharmacy education and pre-registration training in the profession.

In 2015, Nadia was awarded the status of Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society for her excellence and contributions towards the profession. She is the youngest female and youngest Asian to be awarded this accolade.