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Dr Liz Seston (PhD.) - personal details

Contact details

Role: Research Fellow

Tel: +44 (0)161 275 2420

Location:

Centre for Pharmacy Workforce Studies
School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
University of Manchester
Room 1.136, 1st floor, Stopford Building
Oxford Road
Manchester
M13 9PT
 

Fax: 0161 275 2416

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Biography

Liz graduated with a MA(Econ) in Applied Social Research in 1997. She joined the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in 1998 as a Research Assistant, working on a number of projects including a systematic review of the impact of pharmacist-run prescription monitoring and review services, a study on the uptake of CPD activities by newly registered pharmacists (in conjunction with CPPE), an agenda setting exercise on pharmacy workforce and a study of pharmacists' concerns and support needs in the period prior to the deregulation of emergency hormonal contraception. In 2001, Liz was awarded an NHS North West Training Fellowship to undertake a PhD exploring women's preferences for the supply of emergency hormonal contraception. After completing her PhD in 2005, she worked on a study using stated preference discrete choice modelling techniques to explore how patients with psoriasis trade off the risks and benefits of treatment. Liz has been working for the Centre for Pharmacy Workforce Studies, within the School of Pharmacy since 2006.

Qualifications

  • 2005 - PhD in Pharmacy Practice, University of Manchester.
  • 1997 - MA (Econ)in Applied Social Research, University of Manchester
  • 1992 - BA (Hons) in Combined Studies - First Class, University of Newcastle

Role

As a Research Fellow working in the Centre for Pharmacy Workforce Studies (CPWS), Liz has been involved in a number of research projects on workforce issues. These include:

  • analysis of pharmacy workforce census data collected by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (RPSGB)
  • longitudinal analysis of RPSGB datasets and census data to explore working patterns since 2002
  • an evaluation of the Centre for Pharmacy Postgraduate Education (CPPE) learning @ lunch programme for hospital pharmacists and pharmacy technicians
  • A project exploring the identification and management of poor performance in the pharmacy profession for the National Clinical Assessment Service
  • An analysis of work/life balance in the pharmacy profession for Pharmacist Support
  • A pilot pharmacy technician census similar to that already completed with pharmacists for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain

Liz is also involved in the supervision of undergraduate student projects and is academic contact for the MHS News Hub.