Dr Dai John is designated a Fellow of RPSGB
7 December 2009
Dr Dai John
Dr Dai John has been designated a Fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of G.B. (RPSGB) for distinction in the Practice & Profession of Pharmacy.
The RPSGB is pharmacy’s professional and regulatory body with approximately 50,000 pharmacist members, with less than 500 Fellows.
Dai is currently Senior Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy, Law, Ethics & Practice at the Welsh School of Pharmacy, Cardiff University and has been on the staff for 20 years. He was awarded a 1st Class Honours BPharm degree and a PhD from the School, an LLM from Cardiff Law School and a PG Diploma in Methods & Applications of Social Research from the Cardiff School of Social Sciences. In addition to leading research into the education, practice and profession of pharmacy, his responsibilities include developing the research skills and capacity of academic staff and pharmacy practitioners. He is the MPharm lead for clinical & professional subjects and is the Chair of Curriculum Review.
He has been appointed as external examiner at a number of higher education institutions in the UK and overseas. He is a member of the statutorily-constituted Welsh Committee for the Professional Development of Pharmacy and of the Disciplinary Committee of the RPSGB (and its predecessor, the Statutory Committee from April 2004). He continues to work as a community pharmacist every Saturday morning in a local pharmacy. Outside work he enjoys watching rugby, real ale, fine (and not-so-fine) wines and bird watching.