Dr Stehlik completed her Bachelor of Pharmacy with first class Honours in 2009 at Monash University. After this she went on to register as a pharmacist in 2010 and complete her Graduate Certificate of Pharmacy Practice in 2011.
In 2011 Dr Stehlik begun PhD at Monash University entitled “A needs-based approach to patient-relevant information delivery”. After completing her PhD, Dr Stehlik moved to the University of Sydney to take up an academic position at the Faculty of Pharmacy coordinating clinical placements and teaching into a variety of pharmacy practice units of study.
Dr Stehlik's research interests include pharmacy practice and pharmacy services, innovations in health professional education and health informatics.
Senior research fellow, Bond University
Associate lecturer, University of Sydney
PhD candidate, Monash University
Monash University, PhD
Monash University, Graduate Certificate of Pharmacy Practice
Monash University, Bachelor of Pharmacy (Class I Honours)
Pharmacy Practice in Australia, The Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy
Fundamental Elements Identified for Success of Disease State Management Clinical Decision Support Systems, eJHI
MedManAGE: Design, Development, and Initial Usability Testing, JPPR
Resources for disease state management– what do health professionals want?, eJHI
A critical analysis of the methods used to develop explicit clinical criteria for use in older people, Age and Ageing
Grants and Contracts
“e” is for Engagement: An eMedRec App for student competency
2015 Education Innovation Grant, University of Sydney