Dr Nicola Barnes
I'm a Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice, with experience of interprofessional working in primary and secondary care.
My research interests are around frailty and the effective targeting of healthcare services.
I joined the University in 2016 after completing my PhD and gaining experience across primary and secondary care, including in community pharmacy, in GP practice, as a member of a multidisciplinary community care team & within a private hospital.
I live in Petersfield with my husband, two children and crafty Beagle!
I primarily teach on the Master of Pharmacy programme but also enjoy spending time supporting colleagues & students with their learning on post-graduate courses and the new Bachelor of Nursing programme.
My PhD looked at whether community healthcare services could be targeted in a more effective and timely manner to patients in need by using physical measures of strength and routine healthcare data.