Richard Day, MD, FRACP St. Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Richard Day is Professor of Clinical Pharmacology at UNSW and St Vincent's Hospital Sydney. He has a clinical practice in Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, and Rheumatology. He has particular interests in promoting the quality of use of medicines. He was a Director and President of the DIA (2009-11). He is the senior academic for the Masters in Medical Science in Drug Development in the Faculty of Medicine at UNSW. His research focuses upon the pharmacotherapy of gout, diabetes, infectious and psychotic diseases. He also researches methods of enhancing the safe use of medicines using electronic medication management and decision support tools.