Teaching in 2020
- as Course Coordinator and Lecturer
- as Course Coordinator and Lecturer
- DipPharm, Central Institute of Technology, Heretaunga
- Registered member of the Pharmaceutical Council New Zealand
- MSc in Research, University of Bristol
- PhD, University of Bath
Denise Taylor is a NZ qualified pharmacist, registered in the UK and NZ and has practice experience in community pharmacy, general practice, hospital pharmacy and academia. She has worked with national health organisations in the UK (Health Education England – Mental Health & Learning Disability, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, Royal College of Psychiatrists, Centre for Postgraduate Pharmacy Education, Health Education Southwest – Simulation Group, Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain), to improve the safer use of medicines in general and specifically in mental health via the College of Mental Health Pharmacy.
Denise was programme lead for the Pharmacist Prescribing Course in Bath, with responsibility for design, implementation, teaching and assessment, as well as Interprofessional Education. She joined the School of Nursing, Midwifery, and Health Practice in February 2018.
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
- Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society UK
- Faculty Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society UK
- Member of the College of Mental Health Pharmacy (by examination)Registered Member of the Pharmaceutical Council NZ
- Registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council UK
- Public perspective of medicines;
- Health services evaluation;
- Mental Health, including dementia & Older People’s Health
- Social prescribing
Within any aspect of my research interests. Current PhD candidate is researching the community pharmacists’’ role in reducing opiate-substitution related deaths. A Masters student is exploring the role of a clinical pharmacist in paediatric epilepsy clinics.
- Green prescriptions for older and frail adults
- Antibiotic prescribing
- Shared decision-making in mental health
- Interprofessional education facilitator training
Recently completed projects
- Social prescribing for people with mild to moderate mental health problems
- Pharmacy perspectives of social prescribing
Taylor, D.A. Chapter 33: Dementia. Textbook of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics. Whittlesea and Hodson. Elsevier. Expected Publication Date, July 2018
Taylor, D.A. Chapter 22: Dementia (440-468). Drugs in Use: Clinical Case Studies for Pharmacists.
5th Revised Edition Ed Linda J. Dodds Publication Date: 4 Jun 2013 | ISBN-10: 0857110918 | ISBN-13: 978-0857110916 http://www.pharmpress.com/assets/docs/drugs%20in%20use%20abi%202013.pdf
Taylor, D.A. Chapter 26: Depression in the Elderly (p219-228). Case Studies in Psychopharmacology Ed Taylor D, Paton C. ISBN 1 8484 154 4 Dunitz 2002
Taylor D.A. Chapter 27: Psychosis in the Elderly (p229-238). Case Studies in Psychopharmacology Eds Taylor, D and Paton C. ISBN:1 8484 154 4 Dunitz 2002
Journal Publications (from 2012)
Yadav R, Taylor DA, Scott JA. Community pharmacists’ role in Opioid Substitution Therapy-related deaths: a qualitative investigation into current UK practice. Int J Clin Pharm. (In Press May 2018)
Sowerby C, Taylor, D.A. Cross Sector User and Provider Perceptions on Experiences of Shared Care Clozapine – a qualitative study. BMJ OpenSeptember 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2017-017183
Taylor, D.A. Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia. Pharmacy Magazine March 2017, November 2017
Hollamby, J, Taylor, I, Berragan, E, Taylor, D.A, Morgan, J. Teaching patient safety. Evaluation of an interprofessional simulated ward project. Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice. (In Press July 2017)
Taylor, D.A. CPD Module: Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia. Pharmacy Magazine. March 2017. http://www.pharmacymagazine.co.uk/mild-cognitive-impairment-and-dementia
Sutton J,Gage, H, Family H; Scott, JA, Taylor, D.A. 2016. The influence of organisational climate on care of patients with schizophrenia: a qualitative analysis of health care professionals’ views. Int J. Clin Pharm. 38(2), 344-352. DOI 10.1007/s11096-016-0247-z
Taylor, DA. Supporting People with Parkinson’s disease and their Carers. Pharmacy Magazine November 2015. http://www.pharmacymagazine.co.uk/parkinsons-disease
Gage, H, Family H; Murphy F, Williams P, Sutton J, Taylor D.A. Comparison of sole nurse and team delivered community clozapine services for people with Treatment Resistant Schizophrenia. Journal of Advanced Nursing. First published on-line 9th November 2014.
Rutter P; Branford D; Taylor, D.A. Mental Health Curricula at Schools of Pharmacy in the United Kingdom and Recent Graduates’ Readiness to Practice. 2013; 77 (7) Article147. http://www.ajpe.org/doi/pdf/10.5688/ajpe777147
Haddington, N; Hanning L; Weiss M; Taylor D.A. The use of a high-fidelity simulation manikin in teaching clinical skills to fourth year undergraduate pharmacy students. Am J Pharmaceutical Education, 2013; 13 (1): 54 – 60. doi: 10.5688/ajpe766111
Butler J, Hicks A, Brodie D, Bruce-Jones W, Cole-King A, Dahabra S, Eales S, Fitch C, Jones. G, Macklin J, Mitchell A, Musters C, Palmer L, Roseveare C, Stewert R, Stone H, Taggart C, Taylor D.A, Walton I, Whicher E. CR183. Liaison psychiatry for every acute hospital. Integrated mental and physical healthcare. December 2013. Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Taylor, D.A. Helping the Vulnerable.Science & Technology. 2013;07:180-181
Taylor, D.A. Mental Health Pharmacy research. Science Omega Review UK. 2013. Issue 1. 84-86. Publicservice.co.uk Ltd Publication
Taylor, D.A. The Dementias. CPD Module for Pharmacy Magazine July 2013;XVII(7):21-28. Taylor DA; Yuen S; Hunt L; Emond A. An Interprofessional Paediatric Prescribing Workshop. Am J Pharm Educ. 2012 Aug 10;76(6):111.