Trioli to host stakeholder panel at PSA15


Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, where PSA15 will be held

A panel discussion at PSA15 will for the first time bring together representatives of leading pharmacy organisations to engage in a robust debate on the future of pharmacist practice in Australia.

PSA15, the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia’s new concept in pharmacy conferences, will see the PSA, the Australian Self Medication Industry, Medicines Australia, the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, Professional Pharmacists Australia, the National Australian Pharmacy Students Association, the Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia and FRED technologies together in a panel discussion facilitated by journalist Virginia Trioli.

Trioli is one of Australia’s best-known journalists and has won a Walkley Award, one of Australia’s premier journalism awards, on two occasions.

With a formidable reputation as a television anchor, radio presenter, writer and commentator, Trioli will guide and monitor the debate on this critical issue which holds the key to the pharmacy profession’s future.

The debate will be one of the many highlights at PSA15 which incorporates the best of PSA’s previous key onshore conferences – CPExpo and PAC, says PSA.

The result is a fresh and innovative approach to pharmacy conferences moving into the future, it says.

PSA says it has 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.

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.

PSA15 will be held at Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, 31 July – 2 August 2015.

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