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Dr. Janine Cooper is a Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice in the School of Pharmacy in Queen’s University Belfast (QUB).

Dr. Cooper previously read for a Master’s degree in Pharmacy and a Ph.D. in epidemiology in QUB, and subsequently worked as a Post-doctoral Research Fellow in the HRB Centre for Primary Care Research (a joint initiative between the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Trinity College Dublin and QUB).

Research Statement

Dr. Cooper’s research focuses on pharmacy practice and pharmacoepidemiology. Over the past number of years, she has been looking at medication use in the ageing population and has a particular interest in inappropriate prescribing, multimorbidity and polypharmacy.

Teaching

Teaching (MPharm)
Pharmaceutical Technology / PMY2006
Clinical Therapeutics 1 / PMY2105

Clinical Therapeutics 2 / PMY3174
Clinical Therapeutics 3 / PMY3175
Social and Behavioural Pharmacy 1 / PMY4072
Advanced Pharmaceutical Care / PMY4107

Other (MPharm)
PROJECT / PMY4005

Teaching Administration (MPharm)
Assistant Coordinator - Clinical Therapeutics 2 / PMY3174
Assistant Coordinator - Social and Behavioural Pharmacy 2 / PMY4070

Distance Learning
PMY7026 / Critical Literature Review
PMY7090 / Research project

 

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