Nicola Harrap

About

I am an experienced GPhC registered pharmacist having worked in hospital, primary care and academia and in both UK and US healthcare systems. I am involved in teaching pharmacy practice and clinical skills across all years of the MPharm, OSPAP, Foundation Degree and Foundation Year courses. My key teaching interests are in using simulations to support communication and clinical skills in both pharmacy only and interprofessional settings. I also teach and support pharmaceutical calculations skills across the pharmacy courses and encourage students to engage in a wide variety of blended learning resources to improve their competence and confidence in this area. 

Academic responsibilities

Pharmacy Teaching Fellow

Qualifications

  • BPharm
  • MSc Clinical Pharmacy
  • Award in Teaching and Learning (formerly PTLLS)

Teaching and learning

Research

Publications

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Number of items: 4.

Article

Kayyali, Reem, Nabhani, Shereen, Harrap, Nicola, Ishtiaq, Sonya, Ling, Victoria, Dudzinski, Maciej, Greenhill, Darrel, Caton, Hope, Philip, Nada and Wells, Joshua (2020) Development and evaluation of an educational game to support pharmacy students. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, ISSN (print) 1877-1297 (Epub Ahead of Print)

Kayyali, Reem, Harrap, Nicola, Albayaty, Aiden, Savickas, Vilius, Hammell, James, Hyatt, Francina, Elliott, Karen and Richardson, Sally (2019) Simulation in pharmacy education to enhance interprofessional education (IPE). International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 27(3), pp. 295-302. ISSN (print) 0961-7671

Kayyali, Reem, Funnell, Gillian, Harrap, Nicola and Patel, Anil (2019) Can community pharmacy successfully bridge the gap in care for housebound patients in the UK? Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 15(4), pp. 425-439. ISSN (print) 1551-7411

Harrap, Nicola, Usman, Salman, McLoughlin, Colin, Orwell, Suzan, Harris, Saleha A., Ling, Victoria, Ngan, Tsz, Wadghiri, Asmaa and Kayyali, Reem (2016) Using a blended approach to support calculation skills of pharmacy students. Pharmacy Education, 16(1), pp. 189-198. ISSN (online) 1477-2701

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