Beverley Snell

Beverley Snell PhC (Victoria, Australia), M. Appl Sci (Research) (La Trobe). Beverley Snell has specialised in essential medicines work within public health and Primary Health Care frameworks including refugee settings and humanitarian emergencies. She teaches in the International Health stream of Monash University’s Master of Public Health program. Between 1981 and 1986, she worked in refugee and stable communities in Somalia. Since 1990, she contributed to the essential medicines sector in developing countries through program design and implementation and development of policies, manuals and texts. She has undertaken consultancies in many countries for governments and international agencies, including WHO and the Secretariat of the Pacific Community.

She co-authored Where There Are No Pharmacists, published by HAI AP and is a member of HAI AP and a moderator of E-durg.