Nahim Khan

Senior Lecturer, Public Health and Wellbeing
I completed my undergraduate degree in Master of Pharmacy in 2008. I have a diverse experience in pharmacy which spans all main sectors of pharmacy; academia, industry, community, GP practice  and hospital. I have also since specialised in mental health.
 
I joined the University as a Lecturer in 2014. During my time at the University my interests include the aspects of prescribing, mental health and clinical pharmacy. 

Qualifications

Present studies include:
 
Master of Science (Clinical Pharmacy) De Montfort University
 
Completed studies:
 
Practice Certificate in Non-Medical Prescribing (2015) University of Chester
 
Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Education (2015) University of Chester
 
Postgraduate Certificate in Psychiatric Therapeutics (2014) Aston University
 
Practice Certificate in Medicines Use Review (2012) Universities of Greenwich and Kent
 
Post graduate Certificate in Clinical Pharmacy Practice (2012) University of Central Lancashire
 
Master of Pharmacy (Hons) (2008) Liverpool John Moores University
 
I am a Founding Member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, 

Teaching

I teach on the Non Medical Prescribing course; I am the module leader for NM6216 Psychopharmacology and NM7162 Pharmacology Good Practice in Community.

Published work

Khan N (2016), The value of a summer placement, Royal Pharmaceutical Society Blog (online)
 
Khan N (2016), GP practice pharmacist collaboration, Chemist and Druggist (online)
 
Khan N (2016), Understanding depression, Chemist and Druggist (online)
 
Khan N (2016), Identifying Management to help build your Faculty portfolio, Royal Pharmaceutical Society Blog (online)
 
Khan N (2016), How to choose the right antimalarial, Chemist and Druggist (online)
 
Khan N (2016), Clozapine and smoking, Chemist and Druggist (online)
 
Khan N (2016), New Psychoactive Substances (NPS)–“legal highs”, Chemist and Druggist (online)
 
Khan N (2016), Recognition for you…how you can stand out in a competitive environment, Royal Pharmaceutical Society Blog (online)
 
Khan N (2015), Drug Calculations in Alzheimer’s Disease and Anxiety, Nurse Prescribing, 13(7):321-2
 
Khan N (2015), Calculations for injectable and oral drugs in schizophrenia, Nurse Prescribing, 13(5):217-9
 
Khan N (2015), Lithium calculations in mental health, Nurse Prescribing, 13(3):118