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Bader Remawi

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Bader Remawi

Lancaster University

Furness Building

LA1 4YG

Lancaster

Research overview

My research focuses on palliative care for patients with heart failure, particularly how to develop a complex intervention that outlines the pathway through which the intervention components interact to achieve a specific impact. I am interested in systematic reviews, palliative care needs-assessment tools, theory of change approach, and secondary qualitative data analysis. 

Career Details

Five years working as a university academic instructor, preceptor, and hospital-based trainer for Pharm-D students.

Three years working as a pharmacist in both community and hospital settings.

Two years working as a medical representative in a company's marketing department.

Research Grants

The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) scholarship for M.Sc. Clinical Pharmacy (University of Jordan, 2010-2012).

The Higher Education Scholarship for Palestinians (HESPAL - British Council) for Ph.D. Medicine (Lancaster University, 2018-2021).

Current Research

My research involves developing a complex intervention that incorporates the identification of the palliative care needs of patients with heart failure and the integration of palliative care into their standard heart failure management. To develop this intervention, I have been using multiple methods including a systematic review, a theory of change approach, and a secondary analysis of qualitative data. 

Other Interests and Hobbies

Football and movies.