A coronial inquest into the fatal shooting of a man by police in the state's North-West will examine both the circumstances up until and including the man's death and police tactics and strategies at the scene.
Robert Edward McInerney, 48, of Cooee, was shot in the stomach and upper leg by a police officer on May 24, 2016.
Seven police officers had attended Mr McInerney's residence near Burnie in response to a call about an armed man.
Mr McInerney was armed with a knife and attempted to charge at a police officer with the weapon when he was shot.
He later died of his injuries at the North West Regional Hospital.
Coroner Olivia McTaggart said the scope of the inquest would include Mr McInerney's physical and mental health and contact he had with support services and police in the months prior to his death.
The court heard the inquest would also address criticisms about the police response to the incident raised by Sergeant Matthew Hargreaves.
Sergeant Hargreaves criticised the failure of police to rendezvous at the scene before entering the property, issues relating the span of control of officers and the level of training Tasmania Police officers had in relation to police-provoked shootings.
The inquest will begin to hear evidence at the Devonport Magistrates Court on Monday, July 22.