The JPB and partners adopt an evidence-based approach to general educational and practitioner reform processes. These publications have been published and circulated with the express aim of providing a platform for reform and engagement with all stakeholders.
Recommended reading for educational programme directors & supervisors
Jubraj B., Innes A., Kavanagh R., (2011) Dispel the myths and see the benefits of workplace-based assessments. The Pharmaceutical Journal 287: 467
Jubraj B., et al (2010) Say goodbye to clinical tutors: standardising the terminology in education. The Pharmaceutical Journal 285: 191-192
Patel J., Archer J., Bates I.P., Davies J.G. (2010) Give juniors mini-PATs on the back. Clinical Pharmacist 2: 63
Jones S, Safdar A, Jubraj B., (2010) Educational Infrastructure teach a man to fish and you feed him for life. The Pharmaceutical Journal 284:45.
Jubraj B., (2009) Developing a culture of self-directed workplace learning in pharmacy. The Pharmaceutical Journal 283:47–8.
Jubraj ,B., Karemo, K., Morris, K., Pullinger, W., Safdar, A., Hatton, K., (2009) Make the most of the time you spend tutoring diploma students. Clinical Pharmacist 1: 141-143
Jubraj, B. A new diploma. Tomorrow’s Pharmacist (2008): 20
Antoniou S., Webb DG., McRobbie D., Davies JG. Wright J., Quinn J., Bates IP. A controlled study of the general level framework: Results of the South of England competency study. Pharmacy Education 2005, (3/4): 201-7.
Borja Lopetegi A., Bates I., Webb DG., Sharott P. Hospital pharmacy workforce job and career satisfaction. 11th Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice Conference. Royal Pharmaceutical Society of GB, 2005, ISBN 0 9544961 8 3; p8.
Mills E, Laaksonen R., Bates I., Davies G., Duggan C. Self assessment of competence in a community pharmacy setting. Pharmacy Education 2005 (3/4): 189-99.
Mills E., Farmer D., Bates I., Davies G., Webb D., McRobbie D. Development of an evidence-led competency framework for primary care and community pharmacists. The Pharmaceutical Journal, 2005; 275: 48-52.
Mills ER., Bates I., Davies JG., Farmer D., Webb D. Developing an evidence based competency framework for pharmacy practitioners. 11th Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice Conference. Royal Pharmaceutical Society of GB, 2005, ISBN 0 9544961 8 3; p18.
Obiols Albinaña L., Bates IP., Webb DG., Davies JG. McRobbie D. Mapping levels of practice in the advanced practitioner workforce. 11th Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice Conference. Royal Pharmaceutical Society of GB, 2005, ISBN 0 9544961 8 3; p9.
Obiols Albinaña L., Webb DG., Bates IP., Davies JG., McRobbie D. Validating advanced practice: towards a definition of consultant pharmacist. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2005; 13: R54
Bates I., McRobbie D., Davies G. Webb D. Why we need a defined career structure in place of informal progression. The Pharmaceutical Journal, 2004; 272: 283.
Davies JG., Webb DG., McRobbie D., Bates IP. Consultant practice - a strategy for practitioner development. Hospital Pharmacist, 2004, 11; 2.
Meadows N., Webb D., McRobbie D., Antoniou S., Bates I., Davies G. Developing and validating a competency framework for advanced pharmacy practice. The Pharmaceutical Journal, 2004, 273: 789-92.
Meadows NJ, Davies JG, Webb DG, Bates IP, McRobbie D, Antoniou S, Wright J. Developing higher-level practice: a competency framework for advanced pharmacy practitioners in the UK. Pharmacy World & Science, 2004; 26: A14.
Webb DG., Davies JG., McRobbie D., Bates IP., Wright J. Adopting a strategy for practitioner development. Hospital Pharmacist, 2004; 11:104 108.
Goldsmith GM., Bates IP., Davies JG., McRobbie D., Webb DG., Wright J., Quinn J. A Pilot Study to Evaluate Clinical Competence in Junior Grade Pharmacy Practitioners. Pharmacy Education, 2003 (2): 127-34.
Davies JG., Webb DG., McRobbie D., Bates I. Fitness for practice: a competency-based approach. The Pharmaceutical Journal, 2002, 268: 104-06.
McRobbie D., Webb DG., Bates I., Wright J. Davies JG. Assessment of Clinical Competence: Designing a competence grid for junior pharmacists. Pharmacy Education 2001 (2): 67-76.