Interprofessional educational models
Technology-enhanced learning strategies
Tina is a pharmacist with a doctorate in education and a gift for communication who has worked to improve health professions education in universities, government bodies, NGOs and healthcare settings around the globe. At Monash, she's part of the leadership team for a new innovative integrated master's course in pharmacy.
Tina wants to change the way healthcare education is delivered. She believes the future of healthcare is team-based and centred on the patient, and that the best training for this future healthcare model is interprofessional and technology-enhanced.
“I have absolute belief in what pharmacy can do to improve health at the community level,” she says. “When health care providers work together, patients get the best care."
Tina Brock's Articles
Rewriting Wikipedia for the greater good
Pharmacy students will be trained to improve the online encyclopaedia as an educational resource by ensuring its pages are kept up to date with accurate information.
From Mississippi to Melbourne
Professor Tina Brock has come a long way in her journey as a pharmacy education innovator.
Medicine and pharmacy bridge the divide
A thunderstorm asthma scenario was the starting point of an innovative collaborative care initiative.