Personal details

Professor Greg Kyle
Professor (Pharmacy)
Faculty of Health,
School - Clinical Sciences,
IHBI Membership
Institute of Health Biomedical Innovation (IHBI),
IHBI Health Projects,
IHBI Clinical Sciences - IPTM
Discipline *
Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Public Health and Health Services
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Identifiers and profiles

PhD (University of Queensland), Master of Clinical Pharmacy (University of Queensland), Bachelor of Pharmacy (Victorian College of Pharmacy)

Professional memberships
and associations
  • Registered Pharmacist
  • Member of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia
* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


Dr Greg Kyle is the Professor of Pharmacy and Head of Discipline for Pharmacy at QUT.  He has extensive pharmacy experience over almost 30 years pharmacy practice spread across military pharmacy, hospital practice, consumer and professional drug information, community pharmacy ownership, consultant pharmacy and academia. Greg’s research interests lie in pharmacy professional services, extending scope of practice, integrating pharmacy more completely in the healthcare team, quality use of medicines and pharmacoepidemiology.  He is passionate about teaching pharmacy practice and professional skills required in the modern world of pharmacy.  Current projects include pharmacists’ role in travel, allied health prescribing, malnutrition in aged care, crushing medicines in aged care facilities and OTC medications in breastfeeding. Greg has completed 4 PhD, 2 research Masters and 3 Master of Clinical Pharmacy research students.  He has 4 Research Masters and 8 PhDs in progress.  Greg has received over $225,000 in competitive research funding. Greg commenced his appointment at QUT from the University of Canberra in January 2016 where he held Course Convener and Head of Discipline roles.  He continues to remain professionally active, consulting for various organisations and explaining the complexities of medications in media interviews.  Greg has served on the ACT Branch Committee and National Board of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia. Greg is clinical pharmacist who is passionate about pharmacist professional services, expanding scope of practice and utilizing the pharmacist workforce to its full potential.

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Greg’s teaching interests span across the pharmacy discipline with a particular interest in clinical areas.  Greg is a firm believer that a pharmacist should be able to teach into any area of the pharmacy course and teaches into most pharmacy units run by the Discipline.  He is passionate about relating taught theoretical content to real-world practice environments and draws on his extensive experience across multiple practice areas.

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For more publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.


  • Current areas for research projects:

    • Expanding pharmacists’ scope of practice
    • Health literacy in general and pharmacy specific environments
    • Pharmacist and non-medical prescribing
    • Reasons behind medication (non-)adherence
    • Innovative practice models for pharmacists

Current supervisions