Portrait of Ms Ayesha Ali

Ms Ayesha Ali

Oxleas Teacher Practitioner

About

Ayesha qualified from King’s College London in 1997. She registered as a pharmacist in 1998 and began working as a Clinical Pharmacists at Barts & the Royal London Hospital. During the same period, she also maintained a number of community pharmacy locum posts at weekends in multiple companies.

In 2000, Ayesha moved to Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust where she obtained post-graduate credentials, including an MSc from School of Pharmacy, University College London. Whilst developing the education and training infrastructure for pharmacy staff at the Trust, she contributed to The Maudsley prescribing guideline and led trust-wide medicine management project with the National Prescribing Centre.

Ayesha joined Medway School of Pharmacy in 2017 as an Oxleas Teacher Practitioner, working two days a week with the Clinical and Professional Practice Team. She also works as a Senior Clinical Pharmacist and Trust Pharmacy Education Programme Director, where she trains pharmacists, doctors, nurses and speaks as a guest lecturer at other institues.

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