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Publications

Viswesh V., Hassell K., Coyne L., Erstad, B.L. (2021) Ten tips for pharmacy faculty members for successfully navigating promotion and tenure. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 85(1), Article 8414.

Jacobs S, Hann M, Bradley F, Elvey R, Fegan T, Halsall D, Hassell K, Wagner A, Schafheutle E I. Organisational factors associated with safety climate, patient satisfaction and self-reported medicines adherence in English community pharmacies. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2020, 16:895-903

Marques I, Willis S, Schafheutle E I, Hassell K.  Development of an instrument to measure organisational culture in community pharmacies in Great Britain. Journal of Health Organisation and Management, 2018, Vol 32, 2: 176-18; 

Ziaei Z, Hassell K, Schafheutle E I. What do employers think their role is in ensuring language proficiency of internationally trained pharmacists (ITPs). International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2018:26:148-15

Hann M, Schafheutle E I, Bradley F, Elvey R, Wagner A, Halsall D, Hassell K, Jacobs S. Organisational and extra-organisational determinants of volume of service delivery by English community pharmacies. British Medical Journal Open 2017

Jacobs S, Johnson S, Hassell K. Managing workplace stress in community pharmacy organisations: Lessons from a review of the wider stress management and prevention literature. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2017: DOI: 10.1111/ijpp.12360.

Elvey R, Hassell K, Lewis P, Schafheutle E I, Willis S, Harrison S. Patient-centred professionalism in pharmacy: values and behaviours. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 2015, 29; 3: 413-430

Ziaei Z, Hassell K, Schafheutle E I. Work experiences of internationally trained pharmacists in Great Britain. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 23; 2015: 131-140

Hassell K and Symonds S (2015) The pharmacy workforce. In: K M G Taylor and G Harding (eds) Pharmacy practice. London: Taylor & Francis. 2nd edition

Seston E, Fagan T, Hassell K., Schafheutle E I. Black and minority ethnic pharmacists’ treatment in the UK: A systematic review. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 11, 2015:749-768 (10.1016/j.sapharm.2014.12.006)

Ziaei Z, Hassell K, Schafheutle E I. Internationally trained pharmacists’ perception of their communicative proficiency and their views on the impact on patient safety. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2015; 11: 428-441 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sapharm.2014.09.001

Johnson SI, O’Connor E M, Jacobs S, Hassell K, Ashcroft D M.  The relationships among work stress, strain and self-reported errors in UK community pharmacy. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2014;10,6: 885-895

Jacobs S, Hassell K, Ashcroft D, Johnson S, O’Connor E. Workplace stress in community pharmacy in England: associations with individual, organisational and job characteristics.Journal of Health Services Research and Policy,19; 1: 2014: 27-33

Schafheutle E I, Hassell K, Ashcroft D, Harrison S. Organisational Philosophy as a new perspective on understanding the learning of professionalism. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. 2013; 77 (10) 214

Seston E, Hassell K. British pharmacists’ work-life balance: is it a problem?  International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2014; 22 (2): 135-45  DOI: 10.1111/ijpp.12040

Elvey B, Hassell K, Hall J. Who do you think you are? Pharmacists’ perceptions of their professional identity. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2013; DOI:10.1111/ijpp.12019

Jacobs S, Hassell K, Schafheutle EI.  Identifying and managing performance concerns in UK community pharmacists. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 2013; 18, 3: 144-150.

Potter H, Hassell K, Noyce P. Pharmacists’ and pharmacy technicians’ views on a process of revalidation of pharmacy professionals in Great Britain. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2013; 9:142-154

Schafheutle EI, Hassell K, Noyce P. Ensuring continuing fitness to practise in the pharmacy workforce: Understanding the challenges of revalidation Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2013; 9:199-214

Jee S, Jacobs S, Schafheutle EI, Elvey R, Hassell K, Noyce P. An exploration of the utility of appraisals for revalidation of pharmacy professionals in community pharmacy in Great Britain. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2013; 9:155-165

Jacobs S, Schafheutle EI, Jee S, Elvey R, Hassell K, Noyce P. Existing arrangements for monitoring community pharmacies in England: can they have a role in the revalidation of pharmacists? Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 2013; 9:166-177

Elvey R, Schafheutle EI, Jacobs S, Jee S, Hassell K, Noyce P. Revalidation arrangements for pharmacy professionals in industry and academia in Great Britain: a qualitative study. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 2013; 9:178-187

Seston E, Hassell K (2013) Workforce update - joiners, leavers, and practising and non-practising pharmacists on the 2011 register. The Pharmaceutical Journal, 2013, 290: 619-620

Schafheutle EI, Hassell K, Ashcroft D, Hall J, Harrison S. How do pharmacy students learn professionalismInternational Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2012; 20: 118-128

Seston E, Hassell K. First Census of Pharmacy Technicians: 1. Demographics and working patterns. The Pharmaceutical Journal, February 2012, 288:140-1

Seston E, Hassell. First Census of Pharmacy Technicians: 2. Qualifications, CPD activities, reasons for joining and plans to change work life. The Pharmaceutical Journal, February 2012 , 288:141-2

 

Presentations

Vishwesh V, Hassell K, Coyne L, Erstad, B. Promotion & Tenure: Ten Steps to Successfully Navigate Promotion and Tenure. AACP Annual Meeting, Long Beach, California, July 20120

Khansari P S, Clark S, Hassell K. (2017) Enhancing Student Learning through Effective Feedback. Pharmacy Education Conference, Prato, Italy. July 2017

Clark S, Maize DF, Khansari P S, Hassell K. (2017) Adaptation of Supplemental Instruction (SI), a pre-remediation, peer-led academic assistance program, to PharmD Programs. AACP Annual Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.

Clark S, Khansari PS, Atef E, Elkeeb R, Hassell K. (2017) Adapting Supplemental Instruction (SI) methods to a Doctor of Pharmacy program with a curriculum-wide Team-Based Learning (TBL) pedagogy. The Association of Colleges for Tutoring and Learning Assistance Conference, Sacramento, California.

McDowell J, Khansari PS, Kubat G, et al (2016) ‘Plussing’ the Interview Day with an Authentic Team-Based Learning Experience at a College of Pharmacy. AACP Annual Conference, San Francisco, California.

Jacobs S, Fegan T, Bradley F, Halsall D, Hann M, Hassell K, Schafheutle E I. (2016) Pharmacists’ views of the extra-organisational factors affecting clinical productivity in English community pharmacies; HSR & PP conference, Aberdeen, Scotland, April 2016

Hassell K, Jacobs S, Schafheutle E I et al (2015) Terms of Engagement: Researching the delivery of public health services by community pharmacies in England. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting; November, Chicago 2015

Jacobs S, Schafheutle E, Hassell K, et al (2015) Organizational facilitators of public health service provision though English community pharmacies: Findings from a cross-sectional survey. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting; November, Chicago 2015

Jacobs S, Hann M, Elvey R, Bradley F, Fegan T, Halsall, Schafheutle E, Wagner A, Hassell K (2015).  Organisational factors associated with variation in dispensing and medicine use review (MUR) activity in a sample of English community pharmacies. HSR & PP conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland, April 2015

Halsall D, S. Jacobs, R. Elvey, F. Bradley, T. Fegan, M. Hann, E. Schafheutle, A. Wagner, K. Hassell (2015) Engaging the community pharmacy sector in research: Lessons learned from a national study of clinical productivity. HSR & PP conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland, April 2015

Fagan C, Hassell K, Seston L, Teasdale N (2014) Women’s under-representation in the university sector: an exploration of the gendered nature of scientific leadership. The Fairness at Work Research Centre 2nd International Conference. September 2014

Marques I, Willis S, Hassell K. (2014) Community pharmacists’ perceptions of workload in England: The influence of organisational support. HSR & PP conference April 2014, Aberdeen

Magola E, Ferguson J, Willis SC, Hassell K. (2014) Experiential learning in the development of early career community pharmacists as safe practitioners: the role of individual and social context. HSR & PP conference April 2014, Aberdeen

Ferguson J, Willis SC,  Magola E, Hassell K. (2014) What does Q methodology tell us about newly qualified community pharmacists’ experiences of learning safe practice? HSR & PP conference April 2014, Aberdeen

Hassell K, Schafheutle EI (2014) Unsupported and over stretched pharmacists: is there a role for the regulator? Professional Standards Authority conference: Improving Regulation in Health and Social Care: Interdisciplinary insights. Windsor, March 2014

Schafheutle EI, Hassell K, Noyce PR (2014) Utility of appraisals in revalidation Evidence from pharmacy with relevance across professions. Professional Standards Authority conference: Improving Regulation in Health and Social Care: Interdisciplinary insights. Windsor, March 2014

Willis S, Ferguson J, Magola E, Hassell K (2013) How do recently qualified community pharmacists identify, negotiate and resolve ethical challenges in the context of learning to become safe practitioners? International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2013; 21 (suppl 2): 149

Jacobs S, Hassell K, Johnson S (2013) The effectiveness of organisational stress management and prevention strategies: what can community pharmacy learn from existing evidence? International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2013; 21 (suppl 2): 85

Jacobs S, Hassell K, Johnson S (2013) Current employer strategies for preventing or managing workplace stress in English community pharmacies. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2013; 21 (suppl 1) page 12

Ferguson J, Ashcroft DM, Hassell K (2013) Factors influencing job satisfaction in community and hospital pharmacy. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2013; 21 (suppl 1) page 11

Ferguson J, Ashcroft DM, Hassell K (2013) Pharmacists’ job satisfaction: development of a questionnaire to measure community and hospital pharmacists’ satisfaction with their work. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2013; 21 (suppl 1) page 30

Willis S C; Schafheutle E I; Elvey R E; Lewis P J; Harrison S; Hassell K. (2012) Learning the professional role: how pharmacists develop during pre-registration training and their early career. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2012;20 (suppl 1; no 17): page 16-17

Lewis P J; Schafheutle E I; Willis S C; Elvey R E; Harrison S; Hassell K. (2012) Use of the critical incident technique in focus groups: a novel method for exploring pharmacy professionalism. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2012;20 (suppl 1; no 8): page 10

Jacobs S, Hassell K, Ashcroft D, Johnson S, O’Connor E (2012) Community pharmacists’ job stress and well-being: does it make a difference where you work? International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2012; 20 (suppl 1: no 33): page 28

Johnson S J; O’Connor E; Jacobs S; Hassell K, Ashcroft D (2012) Changes in the pharmacy profession: The impact on stress and errors in pharmacists. EAOHP conference in Geneva, April 2012.