Anna Barwick graduated from Charles Sturt University (Orange Campus) in 2008 with a Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons). She has experience as a clinical pharmacist in the hospital, aged care and community settings with a particular interest in rural practice. Anna has been working as a pharmacy practice academic at the University of New England since 2012 and is accredited to undertake Home Medication Reviews through the AACP. Anna has recently completed a Master of Clinical Pharmacy through The University of Queensland with the aim of improving her practice to enhance the experience and knowledge of her patients. Anna has commenced a PhD at UQ on the topic of medication rationalisation and deprescribing. Anna has been credentialed as a Stage 2 Advancing Practice Pharmacist and has been an active Early Career Pharmacist member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia NSW Branch Committee over the past 5 years.

Marisa Niemeijer completed her Bachelor of Medicine (Hons) in 2019 at The University of Amsterdam. She is currently participating in research regarding N-of-1 trials at The University of Queensland. She has three years of teaching experience as an Instructional Designer for the Academic Research course of the Bachelor of Medicine at The University of Amsterdam. 

Dr. Ann-Marie Morrissey (PhD) is a Lecturer in Occupational Therapy at the University of Limerick (UL) where she is also a member of the Health Research Institute and the Ageing Research Centre. She completed her PhD at the National University of Ireland, Galway using single case design to explore the assessment and treatment of people living with prolonged disorders of consciousness.  She then worked as an Assistant Professor in Trinity College Dublin before joining the academic team at UL. Ann-Marie is interested in the application of n-of-1 trials and other single case methodology in the fields of occupational therapy and rehabilitation. She is passionate about increasing awareness and understanding of this methodology. Ann-Marie is the Early Career Representative of the ICN

If you are interested in being an ICN Early Career Rep, please contact nof1andsced@gmail.com