Adjunct Clinical Lecturer Barry O'Sullivan

Name: Mr Barry O'Sullivan, MPharm MPSI MBA ACMA CGMA
Position: Adjunct Clinical Lecturer
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Barry O'Sullivan


Barry is Senior Pharmacist in the Mater Private Network, Cork. He is the Medication safety lead for the Hospital, as well secretary of the medication governance committee, and serves on the CPR, Falls and Hemovigilance committees. He previously chaired the Pain Management committee.

He has worked on a number of cross functional projects as well as his day-to-day Pharmacy role. He has assisted in a number of  medication safety improvement plans as well as utilised his professional finance qualifications with the Finance Department including process optimisation and Clinical service expansions.

Barry’s current focus is in Cardiology additional to working with the surgical and medical wards. In this role he regularly delivers educational sessions for clinical colleagues. As a Senior Preceptor with APPEL, he has a keen interest in teaching and development of Intern Pharmacists.

After graduating with his MPharm degree, Barry worked in Community Pharmacy and was a Supervising Pharmacist with Sam McCauley Chemist, Douglas. He provided clinical services to nursing and residential homes and flu vaccinations, methadone and ambulatory bp monitoring.

Barry was included in the Hospital professional 100 for 2020 by Hospital Professional News and has had a number of opinion pieces published.



Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) Robert Gordon University Aberdeen ,2007.

Corporate Master of Business Administration (MBA) University of Limerick, 2019.

Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)

              Advanced Diploma in Chartered Management Accountancy, 2019

              Certificate – Corporate Finance Strategy, 2020

              Certificate- Enterprise Risk Management, 2020

              Certificate- Strategy Management, 2020

Yellow Belt Lean Six Sigma , Sligo Institute of Technology 2020

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