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Sam Halliday

Deputy Chief Pharmacist

Department of Health

Tasmania, Australia

Areas of expertise

  • Regulation

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Sam Halliday is Tasmania’s Deputy Chief Pharmacist with a decade of experience working in the regulation of medicines and poisons, leading Tasmania’s implementation of national Real Time Prescription Monitoring.

He is a registered pharmacist with extensive experience in primary care delivery, public policy development, digital health transformation, legislative change, program management and regulatory leadership.

Sam’s professional focus is on improving regulatory outcomes for public benefit through collaboration, education and better use of data, evidence and technology to manage risk. He is a Churchill Fellow and holds degrees in Pharmacy and Public Health.