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I am a Senior Research Fellow and Evidence Based Practice Professorial Unit Coordinator at the Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice at Bond University and have worked part-time in community pharmacy for over 10-years. I hold a Bachelor of Pharmacy (First Class Honours), Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy Practice, PhD and recently completed Graduate Certificate in Data Science from Monash University.
My research focuses on clinician engagement in research, clinical research, and health professional education and have received over $200,000 in grant funding. I have been teaching since 2004 in tertiary education institutions, university colleges, and privately. I have published several papers on health professional education, been awarded educational grants, and was recently named on The Educator Higher Education Rising Stars 2020 list. I am also the Gold Coast Skeptics President (www.gcskeptics.com). The Gold Coast Skeptics encourage thoughtful, rational exploration of the world around us. We are keen to promote scientific education and a sense of wonder in the natural world, as well as protect the public against potentially harmful shams, practices, policies and products through public education and working with regulatory bodies.
My teaching interests include:
- Evidence-based practice and clinical research methods
- Critical thinking and logic
- Mathematics: basic calculus and statistics for health professionals
While I am interested in general clinical research methodology, my research interests include:
- Clinician research engagement and development
- Research waste
- Real-world data
- Regulation of health products
- Pharmacy and pharmacy services
P. Stehlik, R. Bourke, D. Henry, C. Brandenburg, C. Noble, C. Whithers, A. Barnett, S. Mickan, P. Glasziou, A. Bannach-Brown, D. Ellwood, D. Pearson, E. Veysey, G. Keijzers, G. Wright, H. Joshi, I. Scott, K. Forrest, M. Morgan and R. Liang, Enhancing Clinician Research: A Mixed Methods Study Examining Australian and New Zealand Specialist Trainees’ Experiences and Research Outputs. 2020. Collaborative Research Grant Scheme 2020 $99,052;
R. Wenke, S. Mickan, J. Wiseman, P. Stehlik, C. Brandenburg, D. Chen, K. Richards, G. Tuxworth, I. Hughes, J. Yeung and J. Gerrard, Spread of a Structured Journal Club Format into Clinical Services Using We-Treat (“Web-Based Expert System” for “Tailoring Research Evidence and Theory”): A Knowledge Translation Approach 2020. Collaborative Research Grant Scheme 2020 $68,596;
G. Keijzers, A. Brand, Michaleff, P. Glasziou, L. Hattingh, P. Stehlik, D. Henry, S. Mickan, R. Thomas, H. Larsen and J. Carlini, Easier Study - Evaluating the Use of Clinical Decision Aids in the Emergency Department: Phase 1 of a Knowledge Translation Project 2020. Collaborative Research Grant Scheme 2020 $29,240;
K. Alcorn, M. Jackson, L. Forman, J. Cross, P. Stehlik, N. Morley, A. Bannach-Brown, W. Butcher, D. Henry and M. Jones, Comparison of Intravenous Amoxycillin\Clavulanate to Piperacillin\Tazobactam for the Treatment of Diabetic Foot Infections in Adults: A Pragmatic, Non-Inferiority, Randomised Trial. 2019. Gold Coast Health Collaborative Research Grant Scheme; $100,000 AUD
C. Brandenburg, S. Mickan, C. Noble, J. Wellwood, G. Keijzers, S. George, P. Stehlik, I. Hughes, K. Dungey and J. Wong, Increasing Gch Research Activity in New and Experienced Doctors: A Knowledge Translation Study 2019. Gold Coast Health Collaborative Research Grant Scheme; $80,000 AUD
P. Stehlik, C. Del Mar, R. Moles and I. Fredericks, Community Pharmacist Referral to General Practice: Unexplored Territory in Reducing Antibiotic Resistance. 2019. Bond University HSM ECR Seed Grant; $16,800 AUD
P. Glasziou, T. Hoffmann, C. Del Mar, D. Henry, E. Beller, A. M. Scott, S. Sanders, R. Thomas, P. Stehlik, J. Clark, R. Moynihan, A. McCollough, D. Honeyman, L. Albarqouni, M. Bakhit and R. Sims, 31/05/18 → 30/05/21. NHMRC Tender for Services Relating to Health Evidence, Advice and Methods
P. Stehlik, C. Schneider and R. Moles, “E” Is for Engagement: An Emedrec App for Student Competency 2015. University of Sydney Education Innovation Grant; $9,500 AUD
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
Graduate Certificate of Data Science, Monash University
2017 → 2019
Award Date: 13 May 2020
Pharmacy Practice, PhD, Monash University
2010 → 2014
Award Date: 13 May 2015
Pharmacy Practice, Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy Practice
2010 → 2011
Award Date: 31 May 2012
Pharmacy, Bachelor of Pharmacy (with Honours)
2006 → 2009
Award Date: 13 May 2010
Associate Lecturer, University of Sydney2014 → 2017
Sessional Lecturer and Tutor, Monash University2011 → 2014
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Enhancing clinician research: A mixed methods study examining Australian and New Zealand specialist trainees’ experiences and research outputs.
Stehlik, P., Bourke, R., Henry, D., Brandenburg, C., Noble, C., Bannach-Brown , A., Withers, C., Mickan, S., Glasziou, P., Barnett, A., Keijzers, G., Scott, I. A., Veysey, E., Liang, R., Nigam, S., Pearson, D., Ellwood, D., Joshi, H., Forrest, K., Morgan, M. & Campbell, T.
11/01/21 → …
CAPTAIN trial: Comparison of intravenous Amoxicillin/Clavulanate to Piperacillin/Tazobactam for the empiric treatment of moderate diabetic foot infections in adults (CAPTAIN): Study protocol for a pragmatic, non-inferiority, randomised trial.
7/10/20 → …
Toward better clinician research engagement: Getting consensus on core research competencies for Australian and New Zealand specialist trainees
Stehlik, P., Noble, C., Brandenburg, C., Henry, D., Kim, J. Y., Albarqouni, L., Hoffmann, T., Glasziou, P., Barnett, A., Keijzers, G., Scott, I. A., Liang, R., Wright, G., Forrest, K., McCullough, J. & Campbell, T.
22/07/20 → …
WHACK-A-MOLE: Whacking non-evidence-based claims on the head: Effect of Garcinia Cambogia on weight loss
3/07/20 → …
WHACK-A-MOLE: Whacking non-evidence-based claims on the head: Effect of phenylephrine in blocked nose.
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Effectiveness and sustainability of deprescribing for hospitalized older patients near end of life: a systematic reviewCardona, M., Stehlik, P., Fawzy, P., Byambasuren, O., Anderson, J., Clark, J., Sun, S. & Scott, I., 2021, In: Expert Opinion on Drug Safety. 20, 1, p. 81-91 11 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article › Research › peer-review
Henry, D. A., Jones, M. A., Stehlik, P. & Glasziou, P. P., 16 Aug 2021, In: The Medical journal of Australia. 215, 4, p. 149-151.e1 4 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile91 Downloads (Pure)
Evaluating a large-scale introductory interprofessional education workshop for developing interprofessional socialisation in medical, nursing and pharmacy students: A quasi-experimental pre-test post-test studyBloomfield, J. G., Schneider, C. R., Lane, S., Stehlik, P. & Frotjold, A., Apr 2021, In: Nurse Education Today. 99, 104777.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review
Repeat testing for SARS-CoV-2: persistence of viral RNA is common, and clearance is slower in older peopleStehlik, P., Alcorn, K., Jones, A., Schlebusch, S., Wattiaux, A. & Henry, D. A., Jun 2021, In: The Medical journal of Australia. 214, 10, p. 468-470 3 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › ResearchOpen Access
Selection criteria for Australian and New Zealand medical specialist training programs: another under-recognised driver of research wasteWithers, C., Noble, C., Brandenburg, C., Glasziou, P. P. & Stehlik, P., 8 Sep 2021, (E-pub ahead of print) In: The Medical journal of Australia.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Letter › Research › peer-review
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