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Quality Use of Medicines and Pharmacy Research Centre (QUMPRC) led by Prof Libby Roughead.
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Brenton Hordacre Feb 13
We are looking for a research student (masters of PhD) with an interest in stroke recovery. The project will involve neuroimaging and brain stimulation to further understand recovery. Please contact brenton.hordacre@unisa.edu.au
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UniSA Mental Health Feb 4
Pleased to announce that will soon advertise an additional industry funded full-time PhD student scholarship. A $27/28k pa student 3 year stipend - for research with lived experience and the group’s research areas. Come join us. Discover how to be your best.
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Leanne Wells Jan 30
A timely report from . Many implications for and roles for in primary and settings if we want to reduce medicine related harm and optimise
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PSA Jan 30
“Pharmacists are medicines experts, who can empower patients to get the best, safest results out of their medicines”
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PSA Jan 30
Libby Roughead discusses the concerning headline data in the PSA Mdicine Safety: Take Care report.
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Shane Jackson Jan 30
We need to take the 3rd patient safety challenge of reducing medication related harm by 50% seriously and start to see some improvement RT: ‘If medicine harm was a chronic disease it would already be a national health priority.’
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CHF of Australia Jan 30
report by highlights need for medicine harm to be a national health priority & for new models of care involving pharmacists in care teams in primary & aged care settings
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Shane Jackson Jan 30
Updated information reveals the current extent of medication related harm in Australia report indicates costs are $1.4billion annually
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QUMPRC Dec 5
Please RT! Do you use the PBS data? Or want to learn how to use the PBS data? The PBS data workshop is back Date: 19-21 February 2019 Venue: Register here 👇🏻
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Renly Dec 19
Thank you for another great year. Check out the highlights from 2018 (Made a 2-second appearance 😆)
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Tuan Nguyen Dec 13
Can't finish the year better. Winning a NHMRC/NAFOSTED grant to develop Vietnam's National Dementia Plan.Thx all
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CDPC Dec 13
Congrats to Dr Tuan Anh Nguyen. And see our story about Tuan & CDPC Professors Sue Kurrle, Maria Crotty and Craig Whitehead who attended the 1st ever dementia conf in Vietnam in Sept to prepare for the country’s Dementia Plan
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Renly Dec 12
Looking at the 50:50 gender distribution among the funding success gives me hope to follow my passion and continue a research-intensive career. Proud to have as my colleague and Elina as my mentor!
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QUMPRC Dec 11
Congratulations A/Prof Nicole Pratt on your $1.17 million project grant! Large scale evidence generation for the utilization and safety of medicines
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QUMPRC Dec 10
We’re ready for Christmas! 🎄🎅🏻💃🏻🥂 Are you?
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QUMPRC Dec 5
Please RT! Do you use the PBS data? Or want to learn how to use the PBS data? The PBS data workshop is back Date: 19-21 February 2019 Venue: Register here 👇🏻
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QUMPRC Dec 3
PhD student Neethu Omar presenting her poster
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QUMPRC Dec 3
Gizat Kassie shares his PhD results on medication use as a common and potentially modifiable risk factor for
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QUMPRC Dec 3
Dr Sue Semple delivers the APSA lecture Partnership with communities in the search of bioactive compounds from Australian native plants
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