‘The winner here is a pharmacy future full of motivated ECPs.’

NAPSA and PSA have revised their partnership agreement in a move that PSA says will support the future of pharmacy

“We are delighted to continue this strong relationship with PSA,” says NAPSA President Shefali Parekh.

“PSA has provided strong support for NAPSA over many years and values the contribution pharmacy students can make to the profession.

“NAPSA thanks PSA for its continued support of pharmacy students in Australia and allowing their attendance at PSA’s annual conference.”

PSA CEO Dr Lance Emerson says that as the peak body for all pharmacists, PSA was delighted to once again partner with NAPSA to support the future of the profession.

“PSA has enjoyed a long and proud history of supporting pharmacy students, who make up a vital part of PSA’s membership. 

“Our role is to ensure the profession has a vibrant future and our members have rewarding and exciting career pathways. 

“PSA is delighted to be supporting NAPSA to ensure there is a professionally and financially rewarding and sustainable future for young pharmacists in Australia. We encourage all pharmacy students to become PSA members with free student membership.”

Pharmacy students are also encouraged to attend the flagship conference for pharmacists, PSA17 which has a range of guest speakers and panel sessions along with other activities targeted to help students kick-start their careers and substantially improve their skills and knowledge base.

Ms Parekh said: “Students can gain a lot by attending the conference as the sessions can really give you an edge in your career as they are focussed on pharmacists’ needs and are presented by people with expert knowledge in their fields.”

NAPSA says it is also proud to announce that in addition to this agreement, it will be a key partner to the Early Career Pharmacist forum: the future of pharmacist practice.  

A dedicated NAPSA lounge area will be available for NAPSA representatives to have a priority presence. “We look forward to interacting with PSA17 delegates in a fun and informal space,” says Ms Parekh.

Ms Parekh will also be a panellist on the first-ever Women in Leadership Panel and thanked PSA for the opportunity to inspire female pharmacy students at PSA17.

PSA Early Career Pharmacist Board Director Taren Gill said: “I’m excited NAPSA and PSA are working together – the winner here is a pharmacy future full of motivated ECPs and leaders in the profession. PSA17 is a great opportunity to build your network of future colleagues and I look forward to meeting NAPSA members at the ECP event.”

PSA17 is being held at The Hyatt Regency Sydney, in Darling Harbour from 28-30 July 2017. To register and find out more visit www.psa17.com

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