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Dr Sarah Dineen-Griffin is a University Lecturer in health services management and leadership at Charles Sturt University. She completed her PhD in pharmacy practice focusing on patient self-care and the evaluation/ implementation of health services. She has worked in the pharmacy industry for 15 years and operates as a registered community pharmacist and medicines review pharmacist. For the last 5 years, Sarah has lectured at a number of academic institutions across multiple disciplines, including pharmacy, paramedicine and nursing. At an international level, she is an editorial board member for Pharmacy Practice, the journal. At a national level, she is elected as the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia’s Branch Committee member, and Chair of the Early Career Pharmacist Group for New South Wales.
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Research interests encompass health services research and the future of health care particularly health services in current and emergent national and international health settings. Specific research programs have designed and evaluated the clinical, humanistic, economic impact of community pharmacy services. Other research interests include population self-care, health literacy, minor ailments, self-medication and quality use of nonprescription medicines. At an international level, Sarah is an editorial board member for Pharmacy Practice, the journal. She has been a speaker at national and international conferences including: International Pharmaceutical Federation Abu Dhabi (2019), International Pharmaceutical Federation Pharmacy Research Symposium Portugal (2018), Pharmaceutical Society of Australia Annual Conference (2018), Pharmaceutical Society of Australia Annual Conference (2017), Pharmaceutical Society of Australia WA Annual Seminar (2016).