Phone: 0121 333 9793 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Room number: Office at Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Applied Health Research Group
Aston Research Centre for Healthy Ageing (ARCHA)
I joined the School of Life & Health Sciences on 1st April 2011 as a visiting senior lecturer in clinical pharmacy. I work part-time for the University and part-time for Birmingham Children’s Hospital (BCH) where I am Director of the Academic Practice Unit (APU). I joined BCH in 2006 after spending a couple of years as Head of Medicines Management at Sandwell PCT. Before then i worked for 20 years in the pharmacy at Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trustl. I graduated from Aston Uni in 1981, did my pre-reg at Good Hope Hospital and then spent 18 months in community pharmacy before moving to Sandwell. I am a scientific member of the Clinical Research Network: Children, Pharmacy & Pharmacology Clinical Study Group; a member of the NICE Medicines Optimisation Guideline Development Group; member national steering group Medicines Safety Thermometer; past Chair of the West Midlands Clinical Pharmacy Group (Acute Trusts).
I teach clinical pharmacy / medicines management topics to the MPharm and OSPAP programme. I am the Programme Director for both the PharmD programme and the Postgraduate Certificate in Independent Prescribing (Pharmacists) programme.
I supervise or co-supervise 5 PhD students and 4 PharmD students, investigating a wide range of pharmacy related topics.
Registered as a Pharmacist with GPhC
Member Royal Pharmaceutical Society of GB
Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Lajoinie, A., Henin,E., Kassai B., Terry, D. (2014) Solid oral forms availability in children - A cost-saving investigation. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. DOI: 10.1111/bcp.12442
Burridge AM, Wilson K and Terry D. Support tools for paediatric inpatient prescribers: a review. Eur J Hosp Pharm 2014;21(2),113-117.
The clinical significance of medicines reconciliation (MR) in children admitted to hospital: development & evaluation of pharmacy led admission services. Final report to the Neonatal Paediatric Pharmacists’ Group. 25th April 2013. Chi Huynh, Stephen Tomlin, Yogini Jani, Helen Haley, Rachel E Smith, Andrew Lowey, Anthony Sinclair, Guirish Solanki, Keith Wilson, Ian Wong, David Terry
Gray NJ, McDonagh JE, Harvey K, Prescott J, Shaw KL, Smith FJ, Stephenson R, Terry D, Fleck K, Roberts R. Arthriting: Exploring the relationship between identity and medicines use, and to identify the contribution of medicines and pharmacy services, for the care of young people with arthritis. Final report. Pharmacy Research UK, London; 2013.
Huynh C1, Wong IC, Tomlin S, Terry D, Sinclair A, Wilson K, Jani Y. Medication discrepancies at transitions in pediatrics: a review of the literature. Paediatr Drugs. 2013 Jun;15(3):203-15. doi: 10.1007/s40272-013-0030-8.
Huynh C, Terry D, Tomlin S, et al. The clinical significance of medicines reconciliation in children admitted to hospital. Pharmacoepidemiol Drug Saf. 2012;21(788-798).