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Kenneth Lee

  • BPharm(Hons) PhD
  • Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice
  • University of Tasmania School of Pharmacy
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Research interests

simulationcognitive loadInformation overloadPedagogyInformation BehaviorHealth LiteracyInformation LiteracyPatient AdvocacyPharmacy PracticeeHealthInformation Behaviour

About

My current research interest is in the field of 'Information Behaviour' as it relates to health education and management in the digital age. I have had research experience in the fields of consumer online health information seeking behaviour, e/Health literacy, authentic assessments, and ePortfolios. I have significant experience with both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Philosophically, I am a pragmatist. If you would like to know more about me, please have a look at my various profiles: LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kennypharmphd Twitter: https://twitter.com/kennypharmphd ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kenneth_Lee6 ORCID: http://orcid.org/0000-0003-3022-4868 Homepage: https://about.me/kennypharmphd

Co-authors (5)

  • Daniel Hoyle
  • deymis tamayo rueda

Publications (5)

  • Anticoagulation knowledge in patients with atrial fibrillation: An Australian survey

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  • Dr google is here to stay but health care professionals are still valued: An analysis of health care consumers' internet navigation support preferences

    • Lee K
    • Hoti K
    • Hughes J
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  • Information overload in consumers of health-related information: a scoping review protocol

    • Lee K
    • Roehrer E
    • Cummings E
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  • Consumer use of "Dr Google": A survey on health information-seeking behaviors and navigational needs

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    • Hoti K
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  • Dr google and the consumer: A qualitative study exploring the navigational needs and online health information-seeking behaviors of consumers with chronic health conditions

    • Lee K
    • Hoti K
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Professional experience

Lecturer in Pharmacy Practice

University of Tasmania School of Pharmacy

December 2015 - Present

Sessional Academic

Curtin University

March 2015 - November 2015(8 months)

Sessional Academic

Curtin University

February 2011 - November 2011(9 months)

Education

Doctor of Philosophy

Curtin University

February 2012 - November 2015(4 years)

Bachelor of Pharmacy (with Honours)

Curtin University

February 2007 - December 2010(4 years)