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University of Exeter Medical School

 Hazel Parker

Hazel Parker

Honorary Clinical Senior Research Fellow, National Institute for Health Research Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow and PhD student

 South Cloisters 


South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK


Hazel is a clinical pharmacist with a specialist interest in infection management and antimicrobial stewardship.  Her current research aims to improve surgical antimicrobial prescribing.


  • MPharm, Master of Pharmacy (King’s College, London)
  • MSc, Infection management for pharmacists (Imperial College, London)
  • Diploma in prescribing and therapeutics (University of Bath)
  • Certificate in Clinical Pharmacy (School of Pharmacy, London)
  • GPhC registered pharmacist and independent prescriber

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Research interests

Antimicrobial stewardship

Quality improvement

Research projects

Funded by an NIHR developmental award, Hazel is currently working towards a PhD.  Her research aims to improve surgical antimicrobial prescribing.

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Journal articles

Parker H, Frost J, Day J, Bethune R, Kajamaa A, Hand K, Robinson S, Mattick K (2022). Tipping the balance: a systematic review and meta-ethnography to unfold the complexity of surgical antimicrobial prescribing behavior in hospital settings. PLoS One, 17(7). Abstract.  Author URL.
Parker H, Frost J, Britten N, Robinson S, Mattick K (2020). Understanding surgical antimicrobial prescribing behaviour in the hospital setting: a systematic review and meta-ethnography protocol. Syst Rev, 9(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Parker H, Farrell O, Bethune R, Hodgetts A, Mattick K (2019). Pharmacist-led, video-stimulated feedback to reduce prescribing errors in doctors-in-training: a mixed methods evaluation. Br J Clin Pharmacol, 85(10), 2405-2413. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kajamaa A, Mattick K, Parker H, Hilli A, Rees C (2019). Trainee doctors' experiences of common problems in the antibiotic prescribing process: an activity theory analysis of narrative data from UK hospitals. BMJ Open, 9(6). Abstract.  Author URL.
Parker H, Auckland C (2016). Management of common infections in pregnancy. InnovAiT: Education and inspiration for general practice, 9(3), 161-169. Abstract.
Parker HM, Mattick K (2016). The determinants of antimicrobial prescribing among hospital doctors in England: a framework to inform tailored stewardship interventions. Br J Clin Pharmacol, 82(2), 431-440. Abstract.  Author URL.

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