Title: Technology-enabled pharmacy: Understanding this new model of pharmacy practice
Overview: This class is an introduction to technology-enabled pharmacy. It will define the concept and
explain how existing models of pharmacy practice should be modified to take account of the new opportunities that new technologies offer. The session will outline new models of pharmacy practice
and examine the importance of productivity as a concept in pharmacy practice research. The session will be valuable to researchers and students working in the area of pharmacy practice research.
CV: Darrin Baines is a professor of health economics with strong analytical skills in economic evaluation, modelling and the reform of health systems, along with a specialism in technology-enabled pharmacy. He has over 20 years’ experience of working in academia, consultancy and the NHS. He currently leads two international knowledge exchange networks in health economics, operating in China and Egypt. Since the mid-1990s, he has successfully delivered over 50 economic evaluation and health economics projects, with clients including charities, the British Council, the NIHR, pharma and the health service. Professor Baines has written over 140 articles published in both academic and trade journals, and has extensive experience of teaching, supervising and examining undergraduate and postgraduate students, both in the UK and internationally.