Senior Lecturer, Claire shares her day-to-day life of the role and her experiences within a university.Read transcript
As a teacher practitioner, you use your considerable professional experience gained in practice, research study and / or teaching to design and deliver high quality teaching to undergraduate and postgraduate students. Including the delivery of lectures and workshops, pharmacy practice skills sessions and supervision of dissertations or projects, assessment, marking and the pastoral care of students.
Main duties and responsibilities
The delivery of high quality teaching to undergraduate and postgraduate students which includes taking responsibility for the design of units of study and assessment regimes, identifying learning objectives and teaching methods, developing materials and resources for use online, communicating subject matter clearly and encouraging debate. You must be able to respond to student questions both during and outside of class times and react pro-actively and positively to changes in course content or delivery. Typical responsibilities include:
Management and Administration
Pharmacy Technician & Pharmacy Undergraduate, Lewis shares his day-to-day life of the role and his experiences in hospital pharmacyRead transcript
Senior Lecturer, Matthew shares his day-to-day life of the role and his experiences working within a university.Read transcript
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Zeenat shares her day-to-day life of the role and her experiences of a career in pharmacy.Read transcript
Pharmacists who work in universities carry out research that has a big impact on peoples lives. Find out what Prof Theo Raynor from Leeds does to improve the written information patients get with their medicines.