Jason Hall

Jason Hall, PhD, MSc, BSc, FRPharmS, PGCE, PFHEA


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Jason Hall is Professor of Pharmacy Education. Jason is the Head of Drug Usage and Pharmacy Practice Group (DUPP) and faculty lead for student fitness to practise. He teaches on the Pharmacist, Patient and Public units on the MPharm degree.  Jason joined DUPP in 1999. He has previously worked as a Pharmaceutical Adviser within Health Authorities in Scotland and England, as a community pharmacist and as a teacher of pharmacy technicians.

Research interests

Non-medical prescribing decision making

Teaching and assessing professionalism

Interprofessional education



  • The Pharmacist
  • The Patient
  • The Public

Team Based Learning on integrated pharmacy, code of Conduct and student fitness to practise.

Editor of Pharmacy Practice, Oxford University Press.

My collaborations

  • Professor Darren Ashcroft
  • Dr Mary Tully
  • Professor Ellen Schafheutle
  • Dr Denham Phipps
  • Dr Richard Kears



  • 2018 - PFHEA
  • 2015 - FRPharmS
  • 2014 - SFHEA
  • 2006 - PhD - University of Manchester
  • 1998 - MSc - Liverpool John Moores University
  • 1996 - MCPP College of Pharmacy Practice
  • 1991 - PGCE - Moray House College, Edinburgh
  • 1987 - MRPharmS
  • 1986 - BSc (Hons) - Strathclyde

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

External positions

Member of Investigating Committee, General Pharmaceutical Council


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