CPS is the leading provider of medication review services in Tasmania. The directors of CPS have over 50 years of combined community, hospital, university and medication review pharmacy practice between them. As a result of this experience and knowledge, CPS provides a high quality medication review and educational service to the aged care sector.



Peter Tenni PhD (UTAS), M Pharm (Curtin), AACPA

  • Director- Consultant Pharmacy Services
  • Director- Medscope
  • Director- Clinical Pharmacy Training and Consulting
  • Clinical Senior Lecturer- University of Tasmania

Peter has over 30 years experience as a pharmacist having practiced in hospital, community and university settings. Peter has had a strong professional training and education focus to his career, providing courses for nursing, pharmacy and pharmaceutical industry staff for over 20 years, as well as teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Peter has conducted thousands of medication reviews and is widely recognised as a leader in the field of clinical pharmacy services in Australia.


Shane Jackson BPharm PhD MPS AACPA

  • Director- Consultant Pharmacy Services
  • Owner- Tasman Pharmacy, Nubeena
  • President (Tasmanian Branch)- Pharmaceutical Society of Australia and National board member
  • Board member- Australian Association of Consultant Pharmacy
  • Senior Research Fellow- University of Tasmania

Shane Jackson has a broad experience in a number of aspects of pharmacy. He operates a rural community pharmacy in Nubeena on the Tasman Peninsula and has done since October 2004. He has a background in research and academia also, with a doctorate in pharmacy having been awarded in 2004. He is an accredited pharmacist and is a Director of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia and the Australian Association of Consultant Pharmacy. He is a pharmacist that is committed to providing pharmacy services that are of the best quality and to those people and communities that truly need them. He has a track record of providing viable pharmacy services in a number of settings; rural Tasmania, aged care facilities and to community based clients on referral from GPs. 

Gregory Peterson BPharm (Hons), PhD, MBA, FSHP, FPS, FACP, AACPA, ARPharmS, GAICD

•            Distinguished Professor of Pharmacy, University of Tasmania

•            Adjunct Professor of Pharmacy, University of Canberra

•            Director - Primary Health Tasmania

•            Director - The Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs Council of Tasmania

•            Director - Cancer Council Tasmania

Greg has worked as an academic, teaching pharmacy, medical, nursing and paramedicine students, and practising pharmacist for over 30 years. His research and practice focus is on medication safety and improving the use of medicines. He has led many state and national projects directed at improving patient outcomes in community, hospital and aged care sectors. He has more than 500 published papers.  Greg was Australian Pharmacist of the Year, 2007.