Adam registered as a pharmacist in 2008 and began his career working in various roles in community pharmacy, including both multiple and independent pharmacies, and spent time working as a hospital outpatients pharmacist.

As an academic pharmacist Adam has taught pharmacists in the UK and in Malaysia. His area of expertise primarily focusses on pharmacy practice, and he has experience teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level, as well as teaching to students registered for the overseas pharmacists' assessment programme (OSPAP).

Adam is a founding member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, is a registered pharmacist with the GPhC and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

He attends international conferences with his research within the field of pharmacy practice, with a focus on pharmacist professionalism, public perceptions of pharmacy and development of professionalism.

Adam enjoys following Welsh rugby and walking with his dog.

Career History

Start Date End Date Position Held Location
July 2018 Present Professional Development Pharmacist (Education) Wales Royal Pharmaceutical Society, Cardiff
June 2018 January 2019 Teaching Fellow in Primary Care University of Bath, Bath
September 2017 June 2018 Assistant Professor University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus
January 2013 September 2017 Clinical Demonstrator/Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy Aston University, Birmingham
August 2011 January 2013 Pharmacy at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
August 2009 August 2011 Community Pharmacist Murrays Healthcare, Barbourne, Worcester

Key Grants and Projects

  • Pharmacist Transition Programme 2018 - 2019

    Royal Pharmaceutical Society