Fay Bradley is a research fellow in the Health Services Research Centre, AMBS. A sociologist by background and previous NIHR doctoral fellowship holder, Fay has over 15 years’ mixed-method health services research experience, focused on the primary care workforce, inter-professional working and skill-mix change. She has developed expertise in integrated working between general practice and pharmacy, contributing to knowledge, theory and practice in this area. Fay has been involved in the design and delivery of numerous mixed method studies, including national evaluations of pharmacy services, which have informed subsequent health care policy. Recent projects include a NIHR funded study of clinical productivity in community pharmacy and an evaluation of the Health Education England funded NHS General Practice Pharmacist Training Pathway delivered by CPPE.
Fay is currently working with GM CLAHRC on a study examining the integration of new roles into general practice.