The PSA has announced that registrations for its new conference concept, PSA15: Leading Pharmacy Innovation, are now open.
PSA National President, Grant Kardachi, says the pharmacy conference market is becoming crowded and in response to feedback from the profession and the industry, PSA has developed a unique formula 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,” he 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.”
Kardachi says a comprehensive and engaging program has been developed which will focus on how pharmacists can develop their role as healthcare professionals.
“With streams on health service delivery, innovations and emerging opportunities and therapeutic updates, there is something of interest in the program for all pharmacists,” Kardachi says.
“The program is designed to maximise delegate networking opportunities and networking with our industry partners. The comprehensive education program can provide delegates with up to 34 CPD credits.”
Delegates can register for three days, the weekend or for one-day passes. Early bird registrations will close on 12 June and under this special offer PSA members will pay $600 for a full three-day registration.
A highlight of the event is that the gala dinner will be held at NSW Parliament House but places are limited so delegates are encouraged to get in early to get a ticket to a night of entertainment, networking and fine food.
PSA15 will be held from 31 July to 2 August at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth. Pharmacists can register online here to secure the early bird rate