Clinical Tutor / Clinical Lecturer
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Michael graduated BPharm with first class honours from UTas in 2001. He was awarded Pharmacy Gold Medal on graduation.
Since graduation he completed his internship at the Royal Hobart Hospital and once completed worked as a base grade clinical pharmacist for approximately 12 months.
After this he worked as the specialist intensive care pharmacist at the RHH for 12 months before taking a leave of absence to work and travel overseas.
Whilst overseas Michael work at various hospitals in the UK in a variety of roles. Initially he worked for 1 month at Worcester Royal Hospital completing his preregistration commitments.
On registration in the UK he was appointed as a clinical pharmacist at the Papworth Hospital just outside of Cambridge for 6 months. There he was employed to cover various wards including cardiology, cardiothoracics and transplant patients as this hospital was a major referral centre for south east England.
Michael's next appointment was in Oxford at the John Radcliffe Hospital where he was employed for 6 months to work as a specialist paediatric transplant and oncology pharmacist.
On return to Australia in mid 2005 he returned to the Royal Hobart hospital where he worked in a variety of clinical roles before being appointed to the conjoint position of Supervisory Pharmacist/Clinical Pharmacy Lecturer in 2006, the role in which I continue to work in.
Authorised by the Head of School, Pharmacy
15 October, 2012