Dr Sue C Jones
|Position||Senior Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy Practice, Programme Leader MPharm Sandwich and Continuous Programmes|
|Location||N11, Richmond building|
|Department||School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences|
|RKT Centre||Education, Innovation, Research and Development|
|RKT Centre||Head of Education, Innovation, Research and Development (EIRD)|
|Telephone||+44 (0) 1274 234602|
Research Interests (key words only)
Professionalism and Continuing Professional Development (CPD), Teaching, Learning and Assessment, Cultural Awareness and Sensitivity, Cultural Competence and Cultural Capital, Educational Evaluation, Curriculum Design, Development and Evaluation, Qualitative Research
I have supervised and co-supervised to completion a number of PhD students with my strength in offering support for qualitative research elements of mixed-methods approaches.
Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities
- Unit Leader MPharm;
Patient-Centred Care ‘Medicines Optimisation’ (20 Credits)
- Unit Team Member
- Student Selected Component
- Research strand; professionalism
- Personal Academic tutor
- Active contributor to admissions DPharm
- Module Leader DPharm;
Qualitative Research Postgraduate Pharmacy
- MSc Supervisor
- Research lead for Education, Innovation, Research and Development (EIRD) group
- Programme Leader of Masters of Pharmacy (MPharm) Sandwich and Continuous Programmes
- Chair of MPharm Programme Management and Enhancement Committee (PMEC)
- Chair of MPharm Staff Student Liaison Committee (SSLC)
- Chair of MPharm Extenuating Circumstances Committee
- Leader of MPharm Prizegiving event
- Member of European Team-Based Learning Collaborative (ETBLC)
- Member of Interprofessional Learning/ Patient Public Involvement Committee (IPL/PPI)
- Member of the Demential Doctoral Training Centre Management Committee
- Member of the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences Learning and Teaching Committee
- Member of the Faculty of Life Sciences Learning and Teaching Committee
- Member of the Programme Leader's Forum
- Member of School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences Leadership Board (PLB)
- Member of School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences Research Committee (PRC)
- Member of MPharm Board of Examiners
- Member of MPharm Appeals Committee
- Member of Doctor of Pharmacy (DPharm) PMEC
- 1990 BSc (Hons) Pharmacy, University of Brighton
- 2001 Postgraduate (PG) Diploma in Primary Care and Community Pharmacy
- 2003 PG Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP)
- 2004 Associate of King’s College London (KCL); Philosophy and Religion
- 2006 Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
- 2007 PG Diploma in Academic Practice (PGDAP)
- 2009 PhD entitled ‘An investigation into Continuing Professional Development in Pharmacy with an Information and Communications Technology Intervention’
- 2010 Masters of Arts (MA) in Education and Academic Practice (MAAP)
- 2011 Accredited Intercultural Development Inventory Administrator
- 1991: MRPharmS
- 1990-1991 Pre-registration Pharmacy Graduate, Boots the Chemists
- 1991-1994 Pharmacist and Pharmacy Manager, Boots the Chemists
- 1994-1998 Teacher Practitioner, Boots the Chemists and King’s College London (KCL)
- 1998-2000 Senior Teacher Practitioner, Boots the Chemists and King's College London (KCL)
- 2000-2014 Clinical Pharmacy Practice Lecturer, Department of Pharmacy, KCL
- 2008-2011 Clinical Pharmacy Practice Lecturer and Academic Developer (secondment), Department of Pharmacy and King’s Learning Institute (KLI), KCL
- 2003-2014 Local Tutor, Centre for Postgraduate Pharmacy Education (CPPE), University of Manchester
- 2014-Present Senior Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy Practice, University of Bradford
- External examiner
- RPS member
- GPhC Member
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
- CPD facilitator
- Grant reviewer
- Peer review of papers and other publications
- Visiting lecturer at King's College London
The University of Bradford's Education, Innovation Research and Development research group's vision is to put the University of Bradford at the centre of Innovative Pharmacy Education. At the core of this is improving the student experience.
Previous projects include:
- Development of Cultural Awareness and Sensitivity amongst Healthcare Professionals, academic staff and students to enhance patient-centred care.
- Using the techniques of Motivational Interviewing (MI) to enhance student learning.
- Developing a portfolio-based approach to encourage continuing professional development (CPD) in undergraduate pharmacy students.
- Using a ‘communities of practice’ approach to coaching and mentoring community pharmacists in developing their CPD.
- Developing evaluation methods for curriculum review.
- Developing educational and practice supervisors (DEPS) in the pharmacy workplace.
- Using peer-assessment as a tool to promote student learning and reduce the burden of summative assessment.
My current research includes
- Educational Evaluation of the MPharm programme using Team-Based Learning as a whole of curricula educational intervention.
- Evaluation of the ‘Making Time’ project. A study developed to explore pharmacists working with carers and service users who have learning disabilities. The project offered one-to-one monthly meetings between these parties to help to support service users and their carers with their medicines and health education.
- Co-Supervisor of a Doctoral fellowship student in the UoB’s Dementia Doctoral Training Centre which focuses on transitions in care setting and disease/life stages.
- Lead supervisor for a DPharm student investigating education of patients post-liver transplant to improve adherence.
- Community Pharmacy West Yorkshire
- King's Health Partners