Mr William Horsley
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Will Horsley is a pharmacist with an interest in health economics and evidence based practice. In 2009 he completed a Master’s degree in health economics at York University and then commenced his doctoral research project at the Wolfson Research Institute at Durham University (Stockton). His project, ‘An evaluation of an integrated care pathway for inflammatory bowel disease’, will use a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods, as well as a realist evaluation of the pathway as it is implemented in the local NHS.
Journal papers: academic
- Horsley, W, Rubin, G & Baqir, W (2011). Creation of a survey to assess interactions between patients with inflammatory bowel disease and community pharmacies. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety 20(6): 663-664.
- Horsley, W, Rubin, G & Baqir, W (2011). Evaluation of patient satisfaction with pharmaceutical care and loyalty to a specific community pharmacy in adult patients with inflammatory bowel disease. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 19(S2): 16-17.
- Horsley, W, Rubin, G, Mason, J & Baqir, W (2011). Medication use and access amongst adult patients with inflammatory bowel disease. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 19(S2): 93-94.
- Horsley, W (2011), Breaking down the boundary between generalist and specialist healthcare: The example of the Stockton integrated care pathway for IBD, Breaking Boundaries Conference. Durham University.
- Horsley, W (2011), Involving patients in the development and use of care pathways: Effective patient representation, Care Pathways Conference. London.
- Qualitative Health Research Group
- 2009: Research grant from the National Association of Colitis and Crohn’s Disease
- 2009: Sir Hugh Linstead Fellowship from the Pharmacy Practice Research Trust