School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

Staff

Ravina Barrett

  • Qualifications: MPharm, MRPharmS, MSc Finance, HEA fellow.
  • Role Title: Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice
  • Address: St Michael's Building, University of Portsmouth, White Swan Road, Portsmouth, PO1 2DT
  • Telephone: 023 92 84 3589
  • Email: ravina.barrett@port.ac.uk
  • Department: School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences
  • Faculty: Science

Biography

My role is to develop teaching, scholarship and research activities related to pharmacy practice. I teach on the MPharm programme and supervise masters-level projects.

Work Experience

Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice at University of Portsmouth 09 / 2015 - Present
Clinical Trials & Research Pharmacist at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust 03 / 2015 - 09 / 2015
Locum Pharmacist 09 / 2007 - 03 / 2015
Pharmacy Manager at Rowlands Pharmacy 09 / 2006 - 09 / 2007
Pre-registration pharmacist at Southampton University Hospital 07 / 2005 - 07 / 2006

Education

Grenoble Ecole de Management - Grenoble Graduate School of Business, Masters in Finance 2010 - 2012
University of Portsmouth MPharm 2001 - 2005

Teaching Responsibilities

  1. Delivering Pharmaceutical Care to Patients
  2. Developing Life-Long Learning for Pharmacy
  3. Introduction to Pharmacy Practice
  4. Medicines Management in Practice
  5. Medicines Patients and Public Health
  6. MPharm Research Project

Research

2015 - 16

1. Pharmacist's expectations from the profession prior to entry vs. reality
2. Student’s expectations from the profession prior to entry vs. reality
3. Community Pharmacy ‘Emergency Supply’ Project
4. Community Pharmacy ‘Emergency Supply’ Project

2016 - 17

1. “Postal survey opinion of community pharmacists on co-codamol sale and abuse”
2. “A postal survey of pharmacy staff on their general views and the calibration of digital Blood Pressure Monitor’s in community pharmacy (B)”
3. “A survey evaluation of community pre-registration and registered pharmacists’ practice regarding falsified medicines in Hampshire, UK”
4. UK pharmacists’ perception of the advantages and disadvantages of NHS electronic transmission of prescriptions in community pharmacy.

2017-18

1. A retrospective cohort study analysing routine data using their Hampshire Health Record information (HHR)