Liza Seubert

Started at UWA: 2008

Highly experienced, registered pharmacist and Head of Pharmacy

Liza Seubert is a registered pharmacist and the Head of Pharmacy at The University of Western Australia. She has extensive pharmacy experience with more than 28 years in community pharmacy, governance and teaching, and has been an academic at UWA since 2008.

Assistant Professor Seubert is committed to ensuring graduates are well equipped with the professional skills required for the rapidly evolving pharmacy practice environment. Her particular areas of interests are professionalism and ethics, and she strives to bring a deeper understanding of equity and diversity to students.

Assistant Professor Seubert is currently completing a PhD, researching the practice of community pharmacists, and is a member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia, Australasian Pharmaceutical Sciences Association, and Australian and New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators.

I am passionate about enhancing the professional practice of pharmacists through engagement with the pharmacy profession, teaching and research. Liza Seubert



Healthways Health Promotion Grant, Government of Western Australia

  • ‘Strengthening Consumer Voice: using stories to shift mental health stigma.’
  • Gabrielle Brand, Chris Etherton-Beer, Rhonda Clifford, Liza Seubert



  • ‘Enhancing Primary Care Processes in Community Pharmacy.’
  • Liza Seubert; Rhonda Clifford; Laetitia Hattingh; Margaret Watson. J M O’Hara Grant


The University of Western Australia

  • ‘Can Point of view glasses build the bridge? Using technology to facilitate interprofessional learning.’
  • Sandra Carr, Liza Seubert, Chris Etherton-Beer, Ashlee Osborne


Health Department of WA (SHRAC)

  • ‘Improving the safety and cost effectiveness of the medicine supply process in Western Australian hospitals.’
  • Rhonda Clifford, Peter Smart, Elizabeth Geelhoed, Frank Sanfilippo, Liza Seubert


The University of Western Australia

  • ‘Understanding of the role of personal values in health outcomes in a diverse Australia. A project to develop pharmacy students as citizens of the globe.’
  • Liza Seubert, Rhonda Clifford, Deena Ashoorian

More grants and publications

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