John Moores University (2010 exam results)

The following candidates have successfully completed the postgraduate diploma in clinical pharmacy at Liverpool John Moores University school of pharmacy:

  • Nathalie Abou-Zeid
  • Carolyn Barton
  • Ann-Marie Bowdon
  • Lynn Bruce
  • Miguel De La Fuente Martinez
  • Amy Dover
  • Rachel Graham
  • Faye Gillespie
  • Sarah Gwenter
  • Mathew Halpin
  • Patricia Kilfoyle
  • Sioned Lloyd (with distinction)
  • Emma Lowther
  • Joanne McCoy
  • Emma Meades
  • Agata Paczek
  • Laura Perry
  • Kathrine Parker (with distinction)
  • Helen Ramsbottom (with distinction)
  • Kate Vaudrey
  • Nicola Williams
  • Karen Woods

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