The PSA has launched a new concept in pharmacy education conferences, aiming to incorporate the best of two of PSA’s existing events: PAC and CPEXpo.
National President of PSA, Grant Kardachi, says PSA recognises that the pharmacy conference market is becoming crowded and in response to feedback from the profession and the industry, has developed a newformula which combines concepts from PAC and CPExpo into the one offering.
“We have taken the best of these two conferences and added new features and ideas to create PSA15 – a fresh and innovative approach to pharmacy conferences moving into the future,” Mr Kardachi says.
“The development of PSA15 has been an evolution, rather than a revolution.
“At PSA we have taken on board the needs of industry, and the needs of our members, to arrive at a formula which we are confident will deliver results for everyone – sponsors, industry and delegates.
“PSA15 is as exciting as it is innovative. The theme of Leading Pharmacy Innovation will provide unrivalled diversity in clinical education with accredited sessions and interactive workshops delivered by key opinion leaders and clinical experts.”
Mr Kardachi says PSA prides itself on providing high-quality education and connecting with its members through a variety of platforms to ensure pharmacists and support staff were skilled to operate within contemporary standards.
“As the peak professional pharmacy body, with more 18,000 members, PSA is a pivotal player in reaching the largest pharmacy audience of any organisation or educational facility in Australia.” Mr Kardachi says.
“We are the leaders in pharmacy professional development and practice support.
“PSA15 continues to build on this great reputation and I am confident it will set the benchmark for future conferences in the profession.”