• The University of Western Australia (M315), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

  • 211 Citations
  • 6 h-Index
20142020

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Biography

Dr Kenneth Lee is a Senior Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice. Dr Lee was the 2015 Western Australian Young Pharmacist of the Year. He is a practising community pharmacist, educator, and researcher. Dr Lee is passionate about integrating teaching, research, and professional practice.

Dr Lee's teaching and research practices draw on information behaviour theories and models, and theories in educational psychology such as the cognitive load theory. His teaching and research is at the intersection of health information behaviour, education (patient, student, and health professional), and technology. Specifically, Dr Lee is interested in understanding how patients and health professions students learn about health-related information, and how best to support their learning; and how modern technologies can facilitate or hinder health-related information acquisition, information processing, decision-making, and learning.

Dr Lee completed both a PhD (2015) and a Bachelor of Pharmacy with Honours (2010) at Curtin University in Western Australia. Before joining the University of Western Australia, Dr Lee worked as a sessional tutor at Curtin University, and then as a Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice at the University of Tasmania. Since registering as a pharmacist (late 2011), Dr Lee has continued to practice as a community pharmacist. He has taught across a variety of subject areas, including research methods, pathophysiology, extemporaneous compounding, and has extensive experience in teaching pharmacy practice at both undergraduate and post-graduate levels. Dr Lee's teaching and research interests are supported by his PhD research on consumers' online health information-seeking behaviours, his honours research on the use of electronic portfolios to support authentic assessments for pharmacy students, and his experiences with creating/co-creating various social media channels for health professionals and students.

Qualifications

BPharm(Hons) PhD BCPS FHEA MPS

New and Noteworthy

2015 WA Young Pharmacist of the Year

Current projects

Dr Lee is currently supervising/co-supervising five PhD students. The topics include: health information overload among consumers with chronic conditions, professionalism in pharmacy practice, co-designing a health literacy curriculum, facilitating improvements to guideline adherence in patients with atrial fibrillation, and improving the acceptability of medications by young children.

Research interests

Health Information Overload;

Health Information-Seeking Behaviour;

Health Literacy;

Patient Education;

Health Professional Student Education;

Simulation in Health Education;

Pharmacy Practice;

Digital Health.

Roles and responsibilities

Unit Coordination: PHCY5603 Advanced Pharmacotherapy, PHCY5606 Foundations of Primary Care

Stream Coordination: Pharmacy Practice

Committee Chair: School of Allied Health Learning and Teaching Committee, Division of Pharmacy Learning and Teaching Committee, Division of Pharmacy Board of Examiners

Teaching expertise: Pharmacy Practice and Research Methods

Teaching overview

PHCY5603 Advanced Pharmacotherapy (Unit Coordinator);

PHCY5606 Foundations of Primary Care (Unit Coordinator).

Memberships

Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA)

Pharmaceutical Society of Western Australia Inc. (PSWA)

Pharmaceutical Defence Limited (PDL)

American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP)

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Research Output

  • 211 Citations
  • 6 h-Index
  • 10 Article
  • 2 Review article
  • 1 Abstract/Meeting Abstract

Health information overload among health consumers: A scoping review

Khaleel, I., Wimmer, B., Peterson, G., Zaidi, S. T. R., Roehrer, E., Cummings, E. & Lee, K., Jan 2020, In : Patient Education and Counseling. 103, 1, p. 15-32

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

  • 4 Citations (Scopus)

    Adherence assessment practices in haemodialysis settings: a qualitative exploration of nurses and pharmacists' perspectives

    Ghimire, S., Lee, K., Jose, M. D., Castelino, R. L. & Zaidi, S. T. R., Jun 2019, In : Journal of Clinical Nursing. 28, 11-12, p. 2197-2205 9 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Concordance with antibiotic guidelines in Australian primary care: A retrospective study of prior‐to‐hospital therapy

    O'Keefe, C., Thompson, A., McKenzie, D. & Lee, K., Oct 2019, In : International Journal of Clinical Practice. p. e13427

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • EXPLORING PATIENTS' UNDERSTANDING AND INTERPRETATIONS OF PRESCRIPTION MEDICINE LABEL DIRECTIONS: A QUALITATIVE STUDY

    Campbell, A., Atmaja, M., Chan, A., King, M., Rangi, J., Popowicz, N. & Lee, K., May 2019, In : RESEARCH IN SOCIAL & ADMINISTRATIVE PHARMACY. 15, 5, p. E18-E18 1 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalAbstract/Meeting Abstract

  • 1 Citation (Scopus)

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