School of Community Health and Midwifery
Greenbank Building, GR208
Subject Areas: Pharmacy and Pharmacology
Janice works for UCLan for 1 day per week as co-course leader for the Non-medical prescribing course.
Janice has worked in community pharmacy, hospital pharmacy and currently in primary care pharmacy. She is currently employed by a Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) where she provides medicines management support and advice to a Primary Care Network (PCN) and the General Practices within it. This involves:
Janice is a Non-medical prescriber and utilises her prescribing role whilst working for an Out of Hours service provider. This role involves completing episodes of care for patients who contact the centre with urgent medication requirements and providing medicines information to patients, health and social care staff who contact the service for advice or information.
Janice is co-course leader on the multidisciplinary Non-medical prescribing course at UCLan which is hosted by the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing. Janice works with nurses and Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) in the teaching and assessment of pharmacists, nurses and AHPs studying to qualify as NMPs.
What is the Legislation that surrounds the administration of medicines? (August 2011) Journal of Paramedic Practice, 3(8)424-8
“Prescribing for Specific Groups”, “Essential Pharmacology for Non Medical Prescribers” and “Enhancing Non Medical Prescribing through Reflective Practice, Evidence Based prescribing and Continuing Professional Development” in Nuttall D and Rutt Howard J (Eds) (2020) The Textbook of Non Medical Prescribing. Chichester, Wiley-Blackwell
Snape T, Astles, A, Davies J (2010) Understanding the Chemical Basis of Drug Stability and Degradation, Pharmaceutical Journal (285) 416
Various Calculations articles for the Journal of Prescribing Practice
NH4300/3300 Non Medical Prescribing. Co-course leader.
NU3037/3237/4042 Community Practitioner Prescribing
Regional Conference of Paramedic Practice – 2011. “Who can give what – a whirlwind tour of the legislation surrounding medicines administration for paramedics”