Canadian Armed Forces Pharmacy National Practice Leader
LCol Sean Meredith BScH, BSP, PharmD, CD. Canadian Armed Forces Pharmacy National Practice Leader. Royal Canadian Medical Service
Lieutenant-Colonel Sean Meredith joined the Canadian Armed Forces in the Naval Reserve in 1995. He remustered to become a Maritime Surface (MARS) Officer the following year and earned his Bridge Watching Keeping certificate in 1998. Following a year of full time Reserve employment aboard Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship BRANDON as the Deck Officer from 1999-2000, LCol Meredith joined the Regular Force as a Health Care Administrator. In 2008 he became a Pharmacy Officer and remains one to this day.
LCol Meredith has earned an Honours Bachelor of Science from Queen’s University, an undergraduate Pharmacy degree from the University of Saskatchewan and most recently completed a post-baccalaureate Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of Toronto in 2014. He is currently completing the Joint Command and Staff Program at the Canadian Forces College.
LCol Meredith has completed four international deployments; Bosnia in 2003, Afghanistan in 2009 & 2010 and Iraq in 2017.
LCol Meredith is currently the Senior Staff Officer of Pharmacy Policy and Standards at the Canadian Forces Health Services Group Headquarters. He concurrently holds the appointments of Pharmacy National Practice Leader and Pharmacy Military Occupational Structure Advisor.
He lives in Ottawa with his wife Stephanie (who is also a pharmacist whom he met while on post-graduate training), dog Quincy and his two cats Percy & Ernie. LCol Meredith is very excited for the arrival of his first child, Charlotte, in early 2021.
Saturday, November 14, 2020
15:30 – 16:00 EST