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Clinical decision-making of practitioners and students in pharmacy

A postgraduate research opportunity at the University of Otago.

Details

Close date
Wednesday, 31 January 2018
Academic background
Health Sciences, Humanities
Host campus
Dunedin
On-campus or via distance?
On-campus
Qualification
PhD
Supervisors
Dr Megan Anakin, Professor Stephen Duffull, Dr Daniel Wright

Overview

We are seeking students to join our multidisciplinary research team. Our team is studying how experienced practitioners make decisions in pharmacy, and how students learn the skills of clinical decision-making in undergraduate and postgraduate education. Despite its importance to pharmacy practice and the education of future pharmacists, clinical decision making remains largely unexplored. We have a number of projects available that will involve learning qualitative and quantitative techniques to gather and analyse interview, survey information from research participants. These projects would suit a potential PhD candidate with an education background who has an interest in health professional education, or a person with a pharmacy background who has teaching experience and an interest in education.

Contact

Professor Stephen Duffull
Tel   64 3 479 5099
Email   stephen.duffull@otago.ac.nz