Dr. Dettwiller has extensive experience nationally and internationally (in four different countries (France, the UK, Pacific Islands and Australia) managing and leading change in; varied pharmacy enterprises, in acute care, and primary care. More recently, Pascale embraced an academic career accepting the position of Head of Pharmacy at Charles Darwin University. Her auspicious talent in inspiring excellence in academia and professional practices nurtured the expansion of the Pharmacy course internationally in neighbouring Asian countries bringing its standings to the international scene. She is currently the academic lead and director of a Rural Clinical School for Flinders Medical School in Northern Territory. Pascale is able to relate to people from different professional, organisational and cultural background. She is a member of 12 professional societies including the Australian Pharmacy Council, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain and the Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia. She has been a member of the Pharmacy Boards of Tasmania and Victoria and a member of Human Ethics and Research Committees in Tasmania and the Menzies School of Health Research in Darwin and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD). In 2015 she has been invited to join the Alumni of the Harvard Macy Institute and has been chosen as faculty to return and mentor the professionals at this year program leading innovation in healthcare and education.
1996 Gold Medal Award in Hospital Clinical Pharmacy
Dissertation: Disulfiram HPL chromatography, dosage for a new injectable dispensary form
Lyon Public Hospital: Hospices Civils Lyon (HCL), Lyon, France.
Academic lead at Rural Clinical School in Northern Territory; clinical placement, student-led clinic, health students placed at communities and health facilities.
Research development and local and remote supervision of HDR students related to local remote and Aboriginal context.
Community engagement and collaborative opportunities with local, regional, interstate and international governmental and non-governmental organisation and other institutions.
Blended learning and approaches
Interprofessional learning and teaching
I have developed community engagement strategies for the Katherine rural clinical school that have enabled increased placement and better collaborative integration with the local organisations governmental and non-governmental.
I have presented my work at various forums : National Rural Health conference (Adeliade0, NUI Galway (Ir), ICEMEN (Canada). Engagement Australia (Melbourne) .
Sustainable collaboration in rural and remote context relies heavily on relationships and common values and principles that seal the often informal collaboration.
I have performed evaluations of such programs in the region for the Department of Business.
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