Portrait of Mrs Amie Bain Mrs Amie Bain

a.bain@hud.ac.uk | 01484 471476



Biography

Amie studied for her Master of Pharmacy degree at Cardiff University, after which she completed her pre-registration training in the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff. During this time she was an active (and later executive) member of the British Pharmaceutical Students' Association, taking an active interest in both European and international pharmacy student affairs along with quality improvement in healthcare and education.

After qualifying as a pharmacist, Amie moved to Sheffield where she worked as a resident hospital pharmacist (at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust) and completed her postgraduate diploma in clinical pharmacy. Amie has worked in several specialities, including cardiology, acute medicine and infectious diseases and has experience in providing a variety of pharmaceutical services, including sterile production and medicines information. She joined the University in 2015 as a senior lecturer in pharmacy practice and achieved Fellow status of the HEA in 2016.

Amie's current role includes working in a research capacity with both the University and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals (looking at issues around insulin use in diabetic patients) alongside leading a final year MPharm module in Applied Therapeutics, which aims to help students further develop the clinical knowledge and skills to optimise medicines use in individual patients. She is currently working towards her MA in Education as well as a PhD by publication. Her interests include Interprofessional Education and Medicines Optimisation and Safety.

Publications and Other Research Outputs

2017

Bain, A., Nettleship, L., Kavanagh, S. and Babar, Z. (2017) ‘Evaluating insulin information provided on discharge summaries in a secondary care hospital in the United KingdomJournal of Pharmaceutical Policy and Practice , 10 (1). ISSN 2052-3211

2016

Bain, A., Batt, S., Darvill, A. and Greenwood, K. (2016) ‘The design and evaluation of an inter-professional education (IPE) intervention for pharmacy and nursing students using clinical scenarios’. In: Interprofessional Education and Practice conference, 12th September 2016, Cardiff University