Associate Professor in the Practice of Pharmacy and Co-ordinator of the Centre for the Practice of Pharmacy in Trinity College Dublin.
Martin Henman was Associate Professor in the Practice of Pharmacy and Co-ordinator of the Centre for the Practice of Pharmacy in Trinity College Dublin until 2020. After completing his PhD in pharmacology, he started in University practice and he teaches both pharmacology and the practice of pharmacy at undergraduate and postgraduate levels on several courses in TCD. In 2006, he was presented with the Provost’s Teaching Awards in recognition of the excellence of his contribution to teaching and learning in TCD. He is a registered pharmacist in Ireland and he was a member of the Pharmaceutical Care Task Force of the European Association of Faculties of Pharmacy that proposed the introduction Pharmaceutical Care in the undergraduate syllabus. Dr Henman was a founder tutor of the Irish Centre for Continuing Pharmaceutical Education and now serves on the Steering Committee of the Pharmacy CPD body, the Irish Institute of Pharmacy. He served as member of the Reference Network to the European Health Alliance Consortium (EAHC/2013/Health/07) conducting a review and mapping of Continuous Professional Development and Lifelong Learning for health professionals in the EU; 2013. He has been a Consultant to the European Directorate for the Quality and Safety of Medicines and Pharmaceutical Care, Council of Europe since 2009 and is co-rapporteur for a working group at present concerned with Remote access to medications. He holds a Provosts’s Award for his teaching in Trinity College, is a Fellow of the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) and of the European Society of Clinical Pharmacy and is an Honorary Life Member of the Pharmaceutical Care Network Europe (PCNE).