Dr Linda Bryant, of Wellington, ONZM for services to pharmacy and health
Dr Linda Bryant has informed significant changes in Hospital and Primary Care Pharmacy, supporting pharmacists to enhance the health of medicine-takers and raising awareness on drug-related morbidity and mortality. She was a founding member and President of the Clinical Advisory Pharmacists Association, which supports new clinical advisory pharmacists to encourage a collaborative and positive approach in settings outside of traditional community pharmacies. She was a senior lecturer at the University of Auckland and now holds honorary teaching positions there and at the University of Otago. She is a valuable resource for the Goodfellow Unit, providing education for GPs and general practice nurses, and delivers clinical symposiums for health providers. Dr Bryant is a member of the Medicines Adverse Reactions Committee, which reviews and makes recommendations on medicines’ safety.