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hospital administrator , Psychiatry educator

Anthony Ward Clare, Irish psychiatry educator, hospital administrator. Recipient Sony award for Best Radio Interview of Year, Sony Corporation, 1996. Fellow Royal College Physicians of Ireland, Royal College Psychiatrists (London; vice president 1994-1996), Royal College Physicians (London); member Garrick Club.


Clare, Anthony Ward was born on December 24, 1942 in Dublin, Ireland. Son of Bernard Joseph Clare and Mary Agnes Dunne.


Bachelor of Medicine BChir, University College, Dublin, 1966. Master of Philosophy, London University, 1972. Doctor of Medicine, National University Ireland, 1983.

Doctor of Science (honorary), University East Anglia, 1996. Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Open University, England, 1994.


Registrar St. Patrick's Hospital, Dublin, 1967-1969. Registrar, senior registrar Maudsley Hospital, London, 1970-1975. Lecturer, senior lecturer Institute Psychiatry, 1976-1982.

Professor psychological medicine St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 1983-1989. Medical director St. Patrick's Hospital, Dublin, from 1989. Clinical professor psychiatry Trinity College, from 1989.

Chairman central committee King's Fund, London, 1984-1989, Prince of Wales Advisory Group on Disability, London, 1989-1997, Agency for Personal Service Overseas, Dublin, 1994-1999.



Fellow Royal College Physicians of Ireland, Royal College Psychiatrists (London. Vice president 1994-1996), Royal College Physicians (London). Member Garrick Club.


  • Other Interests

    Broadcasting, theater, writing, family life.


Married Jane Carmel Hogan, October 4, 1966. Children: Rachel, Simon, Eleanor, Peter, Sophie, Justine, Sebastian.

Bernard Joseph Clare

Mary Agnes Dunne

Jane Carmel Hogan

Rachel Clare

Simon Clare

Eleanor Clare

Peter Clare

Sophie Clare

Justine Clare

Sebastian Clare