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Prof Bryony Franklin
Appointment
  • Professor
  • Practice & Policy
  • UCL School of Pharmacy
  • Faculty of Life Sciences
Biography

Professor Bryony Dean Franklin is Director of the Centre for Medication Safety and Service Quality (CMSSQ), a joint research unit between Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, where she is also Executive Lead Pharmacist for Research, and UCL School of Pharmacy, where she is Professor of Medication Safety. 

The CMSSQ is also part of the large NIHR-funded Patient Safety Translational Research Centre at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. 

Professor Franklin is visiting Professor at Imperial College and an associate editor for the journals BMJ Quality and Safety, and BMC Health Services Research.

 


Research Summary

Professor Bryony Dean Franklin has been involved with medication safety research for nearly twenty years, and together with colleagues from UCL School of Pharmacy, has published widely on methods for studying errors, and the frequency and causes of prescribing, dispensing and medication administration errors. She has a particular research interest in the evaluation of various technologies designed to reduce errors. Her current posts combine research, education and training, and clinical practice as a hospital pharmacist. 

Teaching Summary

Professor Franklin teaches at both postgraduate and undergraduate levels on medication safety as well as other aspects of clinical pharmacy and pharmacy practice.

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