Mrs Maria Allinson

Title: Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice
Phone: 01782 734133
Email: m.d.allinson@keele.ac.uk
Location: Hornbeam Building 1.24
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Maria Allison

Having a background in both community and primary care pharmacy, I joined the Dept. of Medicines Management at Keele University in 2002. Initially I supported the department's Service Level Agreement providing medicines management advice to primary care trusts across the West Midlands.  In 2008 I moved to the undergraduate school of pharmacy firstly as an Academic Clinical Educator, taking students on hospital placements and teaching mainly therapeutics.  I now lecture in pharmacy practice and teach on a range of subjects including dispensing skills and law and have a particular interest in medical ethics.

Selected Publications

  • Choudhry Y and Allinson M. Pharmacy students’ views of their code of conduct. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice.
  • Allinson MD and Black P. 2017. Students views of an online ethical decision-support tool. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. doi> link>
  • Cork T, Guard H, Jones C, Allinson M, White S. 2016. Community pharmacists’ perspectives on malnutrition screening and support: a qualitative study. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice (vol. 24 (Suppl 3), p. 3). Pharmaceutical Press.
  • Allinson MD. The practice pharmacist in action – evaluation of a teaching module. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice.
  • Allinson MD and Black PE. 2014. Students’ views of an online ethical decision-making tool.

Full Publications List show

Journal Articles

  • Allinson MD and Black P. 2017. Students views of an online ethical decision-support tool. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. doi> link>
  • Choudhry Y and Allinson M. Pharmacy students’ views of their code of conduct. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice.
  • Allinson MD. The practice pharmacist in action – evaluation of a teaching module. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice.
  • Allinson MD. 2014. Community pharmacists’ views of recent NHS reforms. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, vol. 22, 29-30.
  • Mackumbi N and Allinson M. Students' perspectives on using real and simulated patients to develop communication skills. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, vol. 21, 7-8.
  • Allinson MD. 2013. Evaluation of a collection and delivery service in a community pharmacy in Stoke-on-Trent. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, vol. 21, 54-55.
  • Allinson MD. 2013. Evaluation of a community pharmacy falls and fracture prevention medicines use review (MUR). International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, vol. 21, 15-16.
  • Allinson MD. 2012. An investigation into barriers to reporting dispensing errors in community pharmacy. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. doi>
  • Allinson M, Chapman S, Sawyer J. 2005. Ceating a novel medicines management support service. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, S2.
  • Duerden MG, Allinson MD, Lockett J. 2004. Timing of simvastatin treatment: no matter the time of day, does UK policy reflect the evidence?. BMJ, vol. 328(7432), 168. link> doi>
  • Duerden MG, Allinson MD, Thompson M. 2003. Choice of first-line treatment for hypertension in the UK: Does current primary care practice reflect British guidelines?. VALUE IN HEALTH, vol. 6(6), 645. link> doi>

Other

  • Cork T, Guard H, Jones C, Allinson M, White S. 2016. Community pharmacists’ perspectives on malnutrition screening and support: a qualitative study. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice (vol. 24 (Suppl 3), p. 3). Pharmaceutical Press.
  • Allinson MD and Black PE. 2014. Students’ views of an online ethical decision-making tool.