Biography

I completed my pharmacy degree at Keele University in 2012. I went on to complete my pre-registration training at Leighton Hospital before returning to Keele University in 2013 to undertake a PhD. I joined the School of Pharmacy at Keele University in 2016 as a Lecturer in Clinical and Professional Practice. I work within the Pharmacy Practice Team and teach on a range of clinical and pharmacy practice areas. I have experience working in both hospital and community pharmacy and currently work as a locum pharmacist. I completed my PhD at Keele University in 2018 which evaluated the use of interactive avatars in pharmacist pre-registration training.

Research and scholarship

My research interests lie within the areas of pharmacy and patient education, technology and innovation.

Selected Publications

  • Thompson J, White S, Chapman S. 2020. Interactive Clinical Avatar Use in Pharmacist Preregistration Training: Design and Review. J Med Internet Res, vol. 22(11), e17146. link> doi> full text>
  • Thompson J, White S, Chapman S. 2020. Virtual patients as a tool for training pre-registration pharmacists and increasing their preparedness to practice: A qualitative study. PLoS One, vol. 15(8), e0238226. link> doi> full text>
  • Thompson J, White S, Chapman S. 2020. Actual vs. Perceived Competency Development-How Can Virtual Patients Impact Pharmacist Pre-Registration Training?. Pharmacy (Basel), vol. 8(3). link> doi> full text>
  • Saeed S, Patel B, Thompson J. 2020. Evaluating clinical pharmacist management of acute sore throats. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety (vol. 29, p. 14). Wiley. link> doi> link> full text>
  • Thompson J, White S, Chapman S. 2019. Can interactive clinical avatars improve pre-registration pharmacists’ knowledge base?. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice (vol. 27 (Suppl S2), p. 34). Wiley. doi> full text>

Full Publications List show

Journal Articles

  • Thompson J, White S, Chapman S. 2020. Interactive Clinical Avatar Use in Pharmacist Preregistration Training: Design and Review. J Med Internet Res, vol. 22(11), e17146. link> doi> full text>
  • Thompson J, White S, Chapman S. 2020. Virtual patients as a tool for training pre-registration pharmacists and increasing their preparedness to practice: A qualitative study. PLoS One, vol. 15(8), e0238226. link> doi> full text>
  • Thompson J, White S, Chapman S. 2020. Actual vs. Perceived Competency Development-How Can Virtual Patients Impact Pharmacist Pre-Registration Training?. Pharmacy (Basel), vol. 8(3). link> doi> full text>
  • Cooper A and Thompson J. Conducting competency-based assessments during the COVID-19 pandemic: Moving to remote assessments. Pharmacy Education, 31-32. doi> link> full text>

Other

  • Saeed S, Patel B, Thompson J. 2020. Evaluating clinical pharmacist management of acute sore throats. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety (vol. 29, p. 14). Wiley. link> doi> link> full text>
  • Thompson J, White S, Chapman S. 2019. Can interactive clinical avatars improve pre-registration pharmacists’ knowledge base?. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice (vol. 27 (Suppl S2), p. 34). Wiley. doi> full text>
  • Thompson JF, White S, Chapman S. 2017. Trainee perceptions on the usefulness of Virtual Patients and other support during the pre-registration year. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice (vol. 25 (Suppl 1), pp. 33-34). Pharmaceutical Press. full text>
  • Chapman SR, Thompson J, White S. 2016. A qualitative study of the perspectives of pre-registration pharmacists on the use of virtual patients as a novel educational tool. international Journal of Pharmacy practice. full text>
  • Thompson JF, White S, Chapman S. 2016. A qualitative study of the perspectives of pre-registration students on the use of virtual patients as a novel educational tool. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice (vol. 24 (Suppl 3), p. 34). Pharmaceutical Press. full text>
  • Thompson J, White S, Chapman S. 2016. An evaluation into the effectiveness of virtual patients compared with non-interactive learning techniques in pre-registration training. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice (vol. 24 (Suppl 1), p. 27). Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.
  • Thompson JF, Chapman SR, White S. 2012. Evaluation of a Computerised Decision Support System for Type II Diabetes by Non-Medical Prescribers. The International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. doi>
  • Thompson J and Chapman SR. 2012. Evaluation of a Computerised Decision Support System for Use by Non Medical Prescribers in Type 11 Diabetes. PHARMACOEPIDEMIOLOGY AND DRUG SAFETY (vol. 21, p. 298). link>
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