Below is a little bit of information about the three of us, but if you want to find out more about other pieces of research we have been involved in, or that Jane and Marjorie are involved in please follow the links to our homepages on the University of Bath website.
BSc PhD CPsychol AFBPsS
Jane is a Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice at the University of Bath. Jane is the lead researcher for the community pharmacist study and is Hannah’s primary PhD supervisor. Jane is a Chartered Psychologist working in pharmacy practice teaching and research. Jane has significant experience of the design and management of workforce research projects. Her research experience is in both quantitative and qualitative methods. She also has a PhD in Occupational Psychology and extensive knowledge of the design of work and its effect on job and stakeholder satisfaction. Jane has been teaching and researching in the pharmacy practice field for the last seven years. If Jane has any spare time she fills it reading and growing roses.
Prof Marjorie Weiss
MSc (Clinical Pharmacy), MSc (Social Research Methods), DPhil
Member General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC)
Member Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS)
Marjorie is Professor in Pharmacy Practice & Medicine Use and Head of the Pharmacy Practice Group at the University of Bath. Marjorie primarily conducts qualitative research and is a co-researcher on the community pharmacist study. She has an interest in pharmacist prescribing and how health care professionals communicate with patients. She is also working with Jane to supervise Hannah’s PhD studies. Marjorie enjoys walking, cycling and playing the piano.
BSc MSc MBPsS. Chair Elect for the British Psychological Society’s South West Branch
Hannah joined the pharmacy practice group just over four years ago, initially to work as a research assistant, and for the last 2 and a half years has been a full-time PhD student under the supervision of Jane and Marjorie. Hannah is trained to Masters level in Psychology (specialism of Neuropsychology) with previous experience in psychological, epidemiological as well as pharmacy practice research.
The community pharmacist and pharmacy student projects are being carried out as part of Hannah’s doctoral studies and so Hannah is responsible for all the day-to-day management of the two studies including participant recruitment, testing, data management, analysis and report writing. In her spare time Hannah enjoys cooking and baking, running (to work off all the baking) and when she can she enjoys dabbling in a few arts and crafts.