PhD Doctor of Philosophy
Determining the barriers of inter-professional relationships between doctors and pharmacists in Pakistan: A mixed methods study
The study aims to discuss the acceptability of pharmacy profession in the health system of Pakistan. Sequential Explanatory Design has been adopted for methods. The research aims to highlight the barriers of inter professional relation among the two
I am a PhD student at the University of Sunderland. I have done Pharm.D from Pakistan and Masters from University of Sunderland as well. Previously, I had some publications regarding the relations of doctors and pharmacists and that brings me the idea to investigate deep into it with the philosophical glass. I have worked in Pharmaceutical industry for 3 years and I was associated with the medical affairs department. I enjoy reading new articles and new improvements happening across the world.
I have published more than 15 research articles in good journals throughout my academic career. I have 3 published articles from my undergraduate thesis and 1 from my masters thesis. Currently, 2 papers are under review in renowned journals of Pharmacy. I have presented posters in some conferences held in UK and in Pakistan.
Citations And Presentations.
1. Khan, Muhammad Umair, Abdul Nabeel Khan, FarrukhRafiq Ahmed, ZeeshanFeroz, Syed Ata Rizvi, Shahjahan Shah, Rahat Hussain, and ZeeshanAdil. "Patients' opinion of pharmacists and their roles in health care system in Pakistan." Journal of Young Pharmacists 5, no. 3 (2013): 90-94.