Beryl Mazzachi worked as a Medical Scientist at Flinders Medical Centre for 25 years, where she specialised in the development and evaluation of methods and the scientific assessment of medical laboratory instruments for pathology tests. In 2002, she moved to the Community Point-of-Care Services unit at the Flinders University Rural Clinical School to work as a senior scientist on several community-based point-of-care testing programs including the Point-of-Care in Aboriginal Hands Program, the Diabetes Management Along the Mallee Track Program and the Point-of-Care Testing Trial in General Practice in Australia. Her main functions in these programs include assisting with the point-of-care training of Aboriginal Health Workers, quality and data management, and scientific validation of point-of-care testing instruments.
Original Research 15 July 2005
Original Research 10 August 2009