APP Online program released


Australian Pharmacy Professional Conference has released the program for APP Online, the digital version of APP2020

Following the postponement of the Pharmacy Guild’s Gold Coast conference due to the COVID-19 crisis, an online program has been scheduled to commence this Thursday 19 March 2020, starting at 9am Australian Eastern Standard Time.

Conference Convenor Kos Sclavos AM said that APP Online will feature a full program with over 28 hours of content, across 44 sessions, running from Thursday 19 March to Saturday 21 March, 2020.

“Many of the speakers scheduled for APP2020 have maintained their commitment and will travel to the Gold Coast to present live-steamed and recorded sessions at APP Online.

“Because of gathering restrictions placed by Commonwealth and State/ Territory Governments, speakers will be recording their session to an empty auditorium.

“The program will see the addition of new topics, to include a stronger emphasis on notable topics in pharmacy right now, including COVID-19, ePresciptions, 7CPA as well as business, leadership and IR topics.

“Key speakers include Chair of Victims Survivors’ Advisory Council, Rosie Batty; Researcher and Social Demographer Mark McCrindle; and Business Communications Expert Chris Helder.

“In addition, the program will feature numerous reputable pharmacy presenters including Joyce McSwan, Paul Naismith and Lucy Walker, to name a few.

“We expect to have up to 27 group 2 CPD credits available at APP Online. Details on how to login to APP Online and record CPD credits will be provided to delegates separately,” Mr Sclavos said.

APP Online will run for the following times:

Thursday 19 March: 9:00am – 5:30pm (AEST)

Friday 20 March: 9:00am – 3:30pm (AEST)

Saturday 21 March: 9:00am – 3:00pm (AEST)

The full program for APP Online is available at www.appconference.com.

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