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Pharmacy staff profile

Miss Yasmin Abdul Aziz

PositionPhD Candidate
QualificationsBPharm PGCertPharm RegPharmNZ MPS
Research summaryInvestigating the economic value of unfunded pharmacy services and how they affect patient outcomes
Teaching
  • Aseptic Dispensing Tutor, School of Pharmacy
  • Clinical Pharmacy Tutor, Pacific Islands Research and Student Support Unit
  • Clinical and pharmacy practice tutor, St Margaret's College
  • Clinical and pharmacy practice tutor, University of Otago Disability Information and Support
Memberships
  • Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand
  • Australasian Pharmaceutical Science Association
ClinicalCurrent practicing pharmacist, previously a Research Assistant with the Department of Psychology

Research

My research investigates the economic value of unfunded (unpaid) pharmacy services that are currently provided in community pharmacies as well as understanding the risks to patient care if current pharmacy funding is cut further.

Supervisors: Professor Carlo Marra, Professor Stephen Duffull and Dr Susan Heydon

Additional details

  • Postgraduate student representative,School of Pharmacy
  • PhD student representative - Division of Health Sciences

Publications

Abdul Aziz, Y. H., Al-Sallami, H. S., Wiltshire, E., Rayns, J., Willis, J., McClintock, J., Medlicott, N., Wheeler, B. J., the Paediatric Society of New Zealand Diabetes Clinical Network. (2019). Insulin pump initiation and education for children and adolescents: A qualitative study of current practice in New Zealand. Journal of Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s40200-019-00390-6

Journal - Research Article

Abdul Aziz, Y. H., Al-Sallami, H. S., Wiltshire, E., Rayns, J., Willis, J., McClintock, J., Medlicott, N., Wheeler, B. J., the Paediatric Society of New Zealand Diabetes Clinical Network. (2019). Insulin pump initiation and education for children and adolescents: A qualitative study of current practice in New Zealand. Journal of Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s40200-019-00390-6

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