Anthony Mark Dunne qualified as a pharmacist in 1991 after gaining an Honours Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy at the Robert Gordon’s University in Aberdeen.
Mr Dunne has a wide and in-depth knowledge of the use of medications and their effects on patients, using this to provide clear, accurate and insightful expert witness reports for claimants and defendants alike.
He worked at the Royal Liverpool Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, a large tertiary teaching hospital, as a resident pharmacist in his first job, gaining invaluable experience in clinical pharmacy providing high quality bedside clinical pharmaceutical care to a wide variety of patients and specialisms.
Following the completion of his residency he worked at York Teaching Hospital NHS foundation trust for seven years, providing specialist input into medical and surgical wards, notably gastroenterology, renal, critical care, neurology and psychiatric services amongst others and expanding the anticoagulant services.
Since 2001 he has worked as the Highly Specialist Directorate Pharmacist for Critical Care at Central Manchester Foundation Trust with a focus on medication safety, as well as providing high quality clinical advice to the medical and nursing staff looking after the sickest and most vulnerable patients in the hospital.