Miss Kathrine Parker

View graph of relations


Kathrine is a practising specialist phamacist at Manchester University NHS Foundation where she specialises in renal medicines and anticoagulation. She provides teaching on the universities renal nurses course and on the postgraduate pharmacy diploma. She also supposts the development of national educational materials as part of the UK Kidney association education committee.

As of September 2020 she is an NIHR clinical doctoral research fellow undertaking a project entitled the PACK study- Prescribing Anticoagulants in Chronic Kidney disease. This project aims to develop a national guideline for both patients and clinicians to support anticoagulant prescribing practice in this field. She is supported by Professor Sandip Mitra, Dr Penny Lewis and Dr Jecko Thachil.  


MPharm (University of Bath) 2006

MRPharmS 2007

Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy (Liverpool John Moores) 2012

Non-medical prescribing (Salford University) 2012

Member of the Faculty of the RPS Advanced stage II (MFRPSII) 2015

MSc Clinical Pharmacy (Liverpool John Moores) 2017


Memberships of committees and professional bodies

General Pharmaceutical Council (2007)

Member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (2007)

Member of the Faculty of the RPS (2015)

UK renal pharmacy group (2010)

UK Clinical Pharmacy Association (2020)

UK Kidney association (2021)

International Society Thrombosis and Haemostasis (2021)

UK Kidney Association education committee member (formerly Britsh Renal Society) (2018)

UK Kidney Association guideline group committee member (2021) 

External positions

Highly Specialist Renal Pharmacist, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

1 Mar 2013 → …

Areas of expertise

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2017 - Master in Science, Can we Optimise Immunosuppression Strategies in our Older Renal Transplant Recipients?, Liverpool John Moores University (2015 - 2017)
  • 2006 - Master of Pharmacy University of Bath (2012 - 2006)

Related information


Research output: Contribution to journalReview articlepeer-review

Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

View all (10)