Johanne Barry

Johanne Barry


  • Room 05.035 - Medical Biology Centre

    United Kingdom


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Johanne graduated with a BSc (Hons) Pharmacy from The School of Pharmacy in Queen's University Belfast in 1999. She then completed her pre-registration training with Boots the Chemist in England. Since registration as a Pharmacist she has maintained employment with Boots the Chemist and continues to work as a Care Services Pharmacist. Johanne took up the post of Teaching Fellow in the School of Pharmacy in Queen's University Belfast in 2006. Johanne is involved in postgraduate pharmacy education with the NI Centre for Pharmacy Learning & Development (NICPLD) and Pharmacy Forum NI. These roles involve the development and delivery of courses to pharmacists & pre-registration trainees.  Johanne has disseminated numerous educational initiatives at national and European conferences as well as publication in peer reviewed journals. She was the NI representative on the MHRA Stakeholder group on the Reclassification of Medicines. Johanne was an elected board member of Pharmacy Forum (NI), serving two terms from 2011 to 2015, one of these terms as Vice Chair. During the 2018/19 academic year Johanne was promoted to Senior Lecturer (Education) which took effect on the 1st August 2019. Johanne is the MPharm programme director for student conduct and professional regulation.


Johanne has a special interest in numeracy skill as well as the importance of MPharm education reflecting comtemporary Pharmacy Practice. Johanne is the Careers Liasion Advisor for the School of Pharmacy and takes a particular interest in developing the employability of all students of the school. She co-ordinates the placement programme for Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology students. She is a member of the UK Work Related Learning and Placement Group. She is the lead for Interprofessional Learning for the Level 3 MPharm students. Johanne has had involvement with the  registration assessment of both The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) and Pharmaceutical Society of Northern Ireland (PSNI). She has written and reviewed exam questions for both regulatory bodies. In addition, she was a member of the Standard Setting Panel for the GPhC assessment from 2015 to 2020. In November 2020 Johanne was appointed as the Pharmaceutical Society NI Associate Member of the GPhC Board of Assessors. Johanne is a member of the QUB Teaching Awards Panel. 


Teaching Awards

  • QUB Teaching Award 2008 - Team Category
  • QUB Teaching Award 2013 - Team Category
  • QUB Teaching Award 2016 - Student Nominated

Queen's Annual Fund Awards

  • Mental Health Programme for School of Pharmacy - 2016 
  • Mental Health Programme for School of Pharmacy - 2018



Master of Pharmacy Programme

  • Practising as a Pharmacist - PMY1017
  • Criterion Reference Assessments for Level 1 - PMY1050
  • CRAs for Level 2 - PMY2050
  • Observed Structured Clinical Examinations for Level 3 - PMY3050
  • Clinical Therapeutics - PMY3177
  • Pharmacy Practice - PMY3178
  • Pharmacy Practice Responding to Symptoms - PMY4003
  • Project - PMY4005
  • Advanced Pharmaceutical Care - PMY4107 (Assistant Module Co-ordinator)
  • Advancement of Practice Through Evidence - PMY4108


Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology programmes:

  • Industrial Placement - PMY3100 (Module Co-ordinator)


MSc/Diploma/Certificate in Advanced Clinical Pharmacy Practice postgraduate programmes:

  • An Introduction to Clinical Research Methods - PMY7052


Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being


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