Dr Phuong-Phi Le

 Position Visiting Associate
 Org Unit Public Health
 Email phi.le@adelaide.edu.au
 Location ,   North Terrace
  • Biography/ Background

    Phuong-Phi Le holds Honours and Doctorate qualifications in pharmacy and public health respectively. She is currently Senior Manager, Research & Care Innovation at the Lifetime Support Authority within the South Australian Department of Treasury & Finance. Phi is passionate about public health policy and improving systems and services for the community. She has extensive experience in research, health management as well as the design and roll out of public health programs.

  • Qualifications

    Doctor of Philosophy (Public Health), University of Adelaide

    Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours), University of South Australia

  • Awards & Achievements

    Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) Scholarship (2012) 

    Trevor Prescott Memorial Scholarship recipient (2011)

    Group of Eight Future Research and Leaders Program (2011)

    Rotary International Wales Group Study Exchange (2009)

     

  • Publications

    Publications

     

    Le P, Braunack-Mayer A (2019), Perspectives on privacy in the pharmacy: The views of opioid substitution treatment clients. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 15:1020-1026. 

    Le P (2019), Patient access to Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) pharmacy and medical service providers in South Australia; geospatial mapping. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 25:125-130.

     

    Le P, Braunack-Mayer A, Laurence C (2018), Collaborative pharmacist prescribing within the opioid substitution treatment program in South Australia: Patient and pharmacist views. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 14(2):187-195.

     

    Le P (2016), Reflections from a study tour of pharmacist prescribing in Canada and the USA, Australian Pharmacist, 35(3):22-24.

    Le P (2013), Codeine products, Letter to the Editor, Australian Pharmacist, 32(11): 6.

    Le P, Vreugdenburg T, Partington A (2012), The Code of Ethics, Letter to the Editor, Australian Pharmacist, 31(9): 6.

    Le P, Hotham E (2008), South Australian rural community pharmacists and the provision of methadone, buprenorphine and injecting equipment, International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 16:149-154.

    Le P (2008), Should pharmacies provide OST and needles at one site?, PharMAGazine, 9(1):2-3.

    Lawrinson P, Roche A, Le P (2008), Dispensing opioid substitution treatment: practices, attitudes and intentions of community-based pharmacists, Drug and Alcohol Review, 27(1):47-53.

    Le P, Hotham E (2006), Exploring the dissonance between small business imperatives and public health policy: pharmacy and the provision of opioid pharmacotherapies and clean needles in rural settings, International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 14:63-70.

     

    Conference abstracts

    Le P, ‘Reflections on a Canadian and U.S study tour of pharmacist prescribing 2012’ {presentation} at the Pharmacy Australia Conference (PAC) in Melbourne (2012).

     

    Le P, Moss J, Hotham E, ‘Exploring the perceptions of treatment privacy for methadone and buprenorphine clients dosing at pharmacies in South Australia: a qualitative study’ {poster} at the 7th Health Services and Policy Research Conference in Adelaide (2011).

     

    Le P, ‘Harm minimisation in community pharmacy’ {presentation} at the South Australian Community Pharmacy Forum in Adelaide (2009).

     

    Le P, Hotham E, Michael L, ’Investigation of Opioid Substitution Treatment adherence to practice standards in SA community pharmacies’ {presentation} at the Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs (APSAD) Conference in Sydney (2008).

     

    Le P, Hotham E, ‘Exploring the dissonance between business and public health policy: pharmacy and the provision of opioid pharmacotherapies and clean needles in rural settings (Phase 2)’ {poster} at the Society of Hospital Pharmacists Association (SHPA) Conference in Brisbane (2005).

     

    Le P, Hotham E, ‘Exploring the dissonance between business and public health policy: pharmacy and the provision of opioid pharmacotherapies and clean needles in rural settings’ {presentation} at the Australian Winter School Conference in Brisbane (2004).

  • Professional Associations

    Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA)

     

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