David Taylor


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Teaching interests


I am employed by the Department of Pharmacy and Pharmacology as a community pharmacy teacher practitioner, so due to my background, my teaching responsibilities are centred around community pharmacy units.

I am the convenor of the second year pharmacy practice unit which covers an introduction to dispensing, responding to symptoms, legislation, clinical governance and communication skills. I also deliver material on other units where a community pharmacy input is needed.


In addition to my role at the University of Bath, I am also employed by Dudley Taylor Pharmacy LTD, an independent pharmacy group. I have been employed by them since 2008 as a job share pharmacy manager.

My current practice base is within a small rural town on the high street, so my role is driven heavily by service provision to the local community. This gives me a great sense of job satisfaction, due to the clinical roles I am involved in.

I have been employed in the past as a practice support pharmacist based within a health centre. In the future, I hope to train as an independent pharmacist prescriber in order to further enhance my clinical role.

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Research Output 2013 2017

11 Citations (Scopus)

The role of internal structure in the anomalous switching dynamics of metal-oxide/polymer resistive random access memories

Rocha, P. R. F., Kiazadeh, A., De Leeuw, D. M., Meskers, S. C. J., Verbakel, F., Taylor, D. M. & Gomes, H. L., 7 Apr 2013, In : Journal of Applied Physics. 113, 13, 134504.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

random access memory
metal oxides
electric potential