Dr Hannah Wechkunanukul

Casual Academic

College of Nursing and Health Sciences

place Registry
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Dr Hannah has been working as a pharmacist for two decades and has broadened her expertise in health service and public health. Her PhD focussing on accessibility and inequity in healthcare among cultural and linguistically diverse populations.

She is a tutor in research topic at College of Nursing and Health Science, and previously taught in pathophysiology and pharmacology topics at School of Nursing.

Qualifications

PhD, Flinders University

Master of Health Administration, Flinders University

Master of Pharmacy (Community Pharmacy), Naresuan University, Thailand

Grad Diploma in Primary Health Care, Flinders University

Bachelor of Pharmacy, Mahadol University, Thailand

Honours, awards and grants

2016 Finalist of Allied Health Prize Session, The 64th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand

2016 PhD Research StuMHlthAdmin dent Publication Award, Fllinders University

2014 PhD Research Student Publication Award, Fllinders University

2014 Academic Internship Program, Flinders University

2008 Outsatnding community pharmacist, the Northern Pharmacy Group, the Pharmacy Council Thailand

Teaching interests

Quantitative and mixed methods

Research in health

Public health and primary health care

Health service

Chronic disease management

Chronic disease prevention and screening

Cross-cultural research and ethnicity

Quality use of medicines

Pharmaceutical care and pharmacology

Supervisory interests
Chronic condition management and self-management
Cross-cultural research
Digital health
Ethnicity
Health service, public policy, equity and access
Mixed method research
Prevention of chronic disease
Public health
Public health screening
Quality use of medicines
Quantitative research methodology
Risk factors for chronic diseases
Social and economic determinants of health inequities