I am a pharmacist with doctorate health economics training. I worked at the College of Pharmacy, Department of Clinical Pharmacy, King Saud University, since 1996. I gained my MSc degree in Clinical and Health Services Pharmacy from University of Manchester, United Kingdom in 1998. In 1999 I started my PhD in health economics with Prof Rachel Elliott and Prof Peter Noyce (Drug Usage and Pharmacy Practice Group, University of Manchester). My research interests lie in the major areas of pharmacoeconomics and efficiency in resources allocation. I have an intense interest in conducting research which examines medications safety, prescribing quality and factors influencing adherence to medicine use. I teach subjects such as pharmacoeconomics, hospital pharmacy, pharmacy law, pharmacy administration, drug information, pharmacoepidemiology and communication skills for pharmacists. I am very familiar with communicating health economics, research methodology, and literature evaluation skills for postgraduate level.

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