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International comparative study on medicines safety regulation

To compare national safety warnings on medicines in Australia, Canada, the European Union and the United States over a 10-year period, from 2007-2016, with follow-up research update more...

Supervisor(s): Mintzes, Barbara (Dr)

Acute and chronic therapy: Factors that influence patient adherence and persistence

Studies in the literature have highlighted factors that impact patient adherence to acute and chronic therapy, across several disease states. However, there are many gaps in the are more...

Supervisor(s): Aslani, Parisa (Associate Professor)

Consumer Medicine Information evaluation and impact on consumers

To investigate the association between the quality of written medicine information and impact on consumer knowledge, satisfaction and behaviour. more...

Supervisor(s): Aslani, Parisa (Associate Professor)

Adherence monitoring services on community pharmacy practice

To develop, implement and evaluate an adherence monitoring service to be delivered in community pharmacy practice to enhance quality use of medicines more...

Supervisor(s): Aslani, Parisa (Associate Professor)

Consumer Medicine Information: Assessment of pharmacists' behavour

To investigate how pharmacists use written medicine information as party of their counselling practice more...

Supervisor(s): Aslani, Parisa (Associate Professor)

Engaging with individuals who are affected by hereditary cancer (Lynch Syndrome)

Lynch syndrome (LS) is an inherited cancer syndrome which significantly increases a carrier's lifetime risk of several cancers, most notably colorectal cancer (CRC).  Recent Au more...

Supervisor(s): Taylor, Natalie (Associate Professor)

Health Workforce Governance: Good practice, safer patients, improved access

This project will enable the ideas and methodology of health workforce governance to be applied and refined for the health profession(s) within the context of globalisaiton. more...

Supervisor(s): Short, Stephanie (Professor)

Medical and Health Science Educational Research

Chris welcomes expressions of interest from doctoral candidates with interests in medical and health science education, with a particular focus on clinical learning, assessment and more...

Supervisor(s): Roberts, Chris (Associate Professor)

Investigating factors affecting the impact of interventions to improve referral of colorectal cancer patients with a high likelihood risk of Lynch Syndrome

Lynch syndrome (LS) is an inherited cancer syndrome which significantly increases a carrier's lifetime risk of several cancers, most notably colorectal cancer (CRC).  Recent Au more...

Supervisor(s): Taylor, Natalie (Associate Professor)

Fitness to Practice Study

The aim of this study is to explore the occurrence of impairment in the profession and how best to address the problem in light of the existing programs available to other healthcar more...

Supervisor(s): Chaar, Betty (Dr)