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Various according to teaching commitments
Lecturer in physiology and pharmacology for the School of Nursing and Midwifery.
Member of: Curriculum development group for the school
Biology steering group
Delivering pharmacology and physiology across the curriculum from level 4 through to M level, including Advance Practice and MA Nursing
Currently researching the training of Non-medical Prescribers
Qualifications and Memberships
2003 MSc. In Health Practice. The University of Salford. Dep. Of Rehabilitation
1993 P.G.C.E. Bolton Institute of Higher Education.
1987 BSc. Pharmacology 3rd class Hons. From Manchester University.
1984 A levels Biol. B, Gen. Studs. B,Chem. C, Maths & Stats. D, Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School.
1982 11 O levels 5As, 5Bs and 1C.
Blanchflower J, Greene L, Thorp C (2013). Breaking down the barriers to nurse prescribing. Nurse Prescribing. Vol 11 (1) 44-47,2013.
Blanchflower J, Greene L, Thorp C, and Stack RJ (2010). Breaking down the barriers to Non-Medical Prescribing by Health Care Professionals – a systematic review (concurrent paper) Prescribing for Success, Manchester, February 2010.
Stack RJ, Blanchflower J, Greene L, and Thorp C (2010). Patient benefits of non-medical prescribing: a systematic literature review (poster presentation) Prescribing for Success, Manchester, February 2010.
Writing of articles for Biological Review Magazine on the following topics:
• Hormonal manipulation by athletes
• Control of respiration
Delivery of presentations at two conferences for A level students on the subject of drug use by athletes.
Currently working on an article for ‘The Nursing Times’ on the subject of nurse prescribers.