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Luke Taylor

Data, Information and Quality Assurance Manager

Medway School of Pharmacy

 

Luke is the School’s Data, Information and Quality Assurance Manager. He is responsible for the School’s data, quality and standards, student records, as well as controlling/coordinating the examinations process.

Previously, Luke was appointed as one of the School's Student Success (EDI) Project Officers, working alongside Sammi Hall to investigate ways in which to further improve the student experience at Medway School of Pharmacy. Although this project has come to a close, Luke works with and provides data to the School’s Director of Student Experience to ensure good practices continue within the School.

Luke graduated with a BSc (hons) in Forensic Science with Criminology in 2009, and completed his MSc in Forensic Archaeology and Anthropology in 2011. As well as continuing to be an active forensic practitioner, Luke has worked as a Visiting Lecturer at a number of HE institutions and Associate Lecturer at the University of Derby, as well as aiding students in module and degree progression/improvement. He has given seminars on career progression as well as speaking at conferences on his research. Luke co-authored a book chapter (published in 2017) on pedagogical methods in Forensic Science entitled “Forensic Science Education and Training.

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  • Muller, A; Taylor, L; Williams, A. (2017). ‘Online Teaching Aids’, in Williams, A; Cassella, J.P; Maskell, P.D. (1st ed.) Forensic Science Education and Training: a tool-kit for lecturers and practitioner trainers. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 179-196.

  • Taylor, L. ; Hall, S. ; Cumming, K. ; Wildman, S. (2015), 'Improving Numeracy Standards for UK Pharmacy Students', World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, International Science Index, Humanities and Social Sciences, 2(4), 1848.
  • Hall, S. ; Taylor, L. ; Cumming, K. ; Bardsley, J. ; Wildman, S. (2015), 'The Use of Social Media in a UK School of Pharmacy to Increase Student Engagement and Sense of Belonging', World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, International Science Index, Humanities and Social Sciences, 2(4), 1875.
  • Taylor, L.; Williams, A.; Harrison, K. (2012). 'A Taphonomic Study and Post-mortem Interval Formula Comparison’, In: British Association of Human Identification 2012 Conferenc

 

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