Dr Aseel Mahmoud
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Medical School Building 406
Medical School Building, St Luke's Campus, Magdalen Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK
Aseel finished her bachelor’s degree in pharmacy from the University of Jordan in 2008. She worked in a community pharmacy for a year then she started to work as a teaching assistant at the University of Jordan, during which she finished her master’s degree in pharmacy from the University of Jordan in 2013. In 2015, she was appointed as a lecturer at Isra University in Jordan in pharmacy practice. In 2017, Aseel started her PhD studies at Liverpool John Moores University in the UK and was awarded the degree in 2022. Her PhD focused on enhancing asthma care in adult patients by suggesting an evidence-based and person-centred intervention that could be provided to patients in community pharmacy.
Currently, Aseel is a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Exeter. In her role, Aseel is leading the qualitative data collection and analysis and development of programme theory.
School of Pharmacy and Biomolecular sciences Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK. PhD in pharmacy practice
Thesis title: How community pharmacy can enhance asthma care in adult patients? (2017-2022)
Faculty of Pharmacy, Jordan University, Amman, Jordan M.SC in pharmaceutical sciences, Excellent honors (GPA 3.75)
Faculty of Pharmacy, Jordan University, Amman, Jordan.
B.Sc. in Pharmacy, Very good honors, (GPA: 3.57)
Associate fellowship of advance higher education.
Granted by advance higher education in recognition of attainment against the UK Professional Standards Framework for teaching and learning support in higher education.
Fellowship reference: PR186804.
Aseel is interested in health services research, pharmacy practice, long-term condition management, services for older people, asthma services and person-centred care.
- DREAM: Digital and Remote Enhancements for the Assessment and Management of older people living with frailty project at the University of Exeter.
- Background - Recovered delirium - Recovery after delirium (exeter.ac.uk)
- The FLEXI Study (FaLls EXercise Implementation) - PenARC (nihr.ac.uk)
- Role of pharmacists in asthma care in adult patients. This project is funded by the University of Exeter and in collaboration with the University of Sharjah.
- South West Pharmacy Research Network (bath.ac.uk)
- Early Career Researchers | Early career researchers | University of Exeter
- 2022 University of Exeter
I successfully got the Middle East and North Africa Development Fund of £5000 for collaborative project with the University of Sharjah.