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JPPR Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief
Dr Christopher Alderman, BPharm, PhD, FSHP, CGP, BCPP
SA Health & University of South Australia, SA
 

Associate Editors
Associate Professor J. Simon Bell, BPharm(Hons), PhD, MPS
Monash University, Vic.
 
Professor Rhonda Clifford, BPharm, GradDipHospPharm, PhD, FPS
University of Western Australia, WA
 
Mr Stefan Kowalski, BPharm, MAppSc, CGP
University of South Australia, SA
 
Professor Andrew McLachlan, BPharm, PhD, FPS, FACP, MCPA, MSHPA
Concord Hospital & University of Sydney, NSW
 
Professor Lisa Nissen, BPharm, PhD, FHKAPh, FSHP, FPS
Queensland University of Technology, Qld.
 
Professor Jason Roberts, BPharm(Hons), B App Sc, PhD, FSHP
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital & The University of Queensland, Qld.
 

Consultant Statistician
Antony Ugoni, BSc (Hons), MSc
University of Melbourne, Vic.
 
 
DrugScan Editor
Vaughn Eaton, BPharm, MClinPharm, FSHP, AACP
SA Health, University of South Australia & Flinders University, SA
 
 
Geriatric Therapeutics Editor
Dr Rohan Elliott, BPharm, BPharmSc (Hons), MClinPharm, PhD, CGP, FSHP
Austin Health & Monash University, Vic.
 
 
Medication Safety Editor
Penny Thornton, BPharm, FSHP
Quality Assurance in Medication Safety Pty Ltd, NSW
 

Administrative Assistant
John Hand

Editorial Advisory Board
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Your comments/suggestions on content, layout and format of the Journal are much appreciated. Please provide your valued feedback via email - jppr@shpa.org.au.

 

 


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