Dr Chris Alderman is currently the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Research. He has longstanding experience as a clinical pharmacist, pharmacy administrator and in pharmacy and medical education. The author of over 140 publications and book chapters, he also co-authored a psychopharmacology textbook published by Oxford University Press. Dr Alderman currently holds speciality practice certification in both psychiatric and geriatric pharmacy. He is currently the clinical director for Ward Medication Management, the largest provider of clinical pharmacy services in Australian aged care sector.
What does the conference theme “Do More” mean to you?
Pharmacists have the opportunity to leverage much more fulfilling career opportunities over the coming years.
Why are you excited about participating in MM2017?
The conference program is terrific – there’s something for everyone here!
Where do you see pharmacy in 10 years?
I expect that the profession will probably contract to some extent – what will be left will be less focused on medicines supply and more related to adding value through clinical services.