Miss Radha Shah


I am a GPHC registered pharmacist. I have a split role between Kingston University and St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

At Kingston University I am a teacher practitioner on the MPharm course. My main responsibilities include; designing, developing and delivering lectures/workshops, organising clinical placements for pharmacy undergraduate students.

At St George's Hospital I am the lead education and training pharmacist responsible for the foundation training year which currently provides training for 14 trainee pharmacists.

I have been successful in gaining Fellow status of HEA.

Other roles I have undertaken previously include, medical mentoring pharmacist; preparing and delivering teaching for 5th year undergraduate medical students from King's College London and I was responsible for the pharmacy teaching programme being provided to FY1 and FY2 doctors at Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust. I managed a Health Education England funded project with King's Health Partners in simulation training being provided to trainee pharmacists and pre-registration pharmacy technicians.

My clinical experience includes covering Surgery, Medicine, Elderly Care, Stroke, Anticoagulation clinics, Paediatrics and Neonates as a hospital pharmacist.

Academic responsibilities

Teacher practitioner - Pharmacist


  • First Class Honours Masters degree (MPharm), Nottingham University 2017
  • Postgraduate Certificate in General Pharmacy Practice, UCL 2020
  • Fellow of Higher Education

Teaching and learning

Undergraduate courses taught