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2017 PSA Branch Committee Elections

VoteNominations for PSA State and Territory Branch 2017 elections are now open for full financial members. The election process will be held from March to May 2017. Newly-elected committee members will hold office for a three-year term, starting on 1 July 2017.

The elections are a unique opportunity for members to engage with PSA, the peak national body for pharmacists, to:

  • Have your say in the future of PSA at a State and National level
  • Help lead the profession to support excellence in pharmacy
  • Influence PSA policies and ensure a viable and sustainable future for pharmacists and pharmacy
  • Enjoy personal development and new career opportunities.

You can read more about the election process in the Branch Committee elections fact sheet.

 

Passionate about pharmacy?

PSA welcomes all eligible members with an interest in the future of the profession to nominate for the 2017 elections. As part of PSA’s diversity focus for the election, we especially encourage nominations from:

  • Early Career Pharmacists (ECPs)
  • Female pharmacists
  • Pharmacists from a range of cultural backgrounds
  • Pharmacists in rural and regional areas.

 

Nominate now

If you have the enthusiasm and drive to be a PSA leader and influence the profession, please download and fill in the Nomination Form.

You can either fill in the form digitally or print and scan it. Completed and signed nomination forms – along with a corporate-style headshot in JPEG format no larger than 1.5MB – may be emailed to returning.officer@psa.org.au

Nominations must be received by close of business AEDT on Monday 27 March 2017.

 

How to vote

More details will be released soon about how to vote for your future PSA leaders.

 

Election schedule

EventDate
Nominations openFebruary 24
Nominations closeClose of business AEDT March 27
Postal ballot packs sent11 April
Vote introduction email sent12 April
Voting opens14 April
Voting closes11 May

 

PSA governance and structure

Each State and Territory has a Committee of Branch representatives. These Branch Committee members are then eligible to become a National Board Director to draw on their collective skills to advocate for the profession, promote membership and represent their State or Territory.

To find out more about PSA’s governance, policy and recent achievements please see the following links:

 

Contact us

Contact your State or Territory Branch if you have any questions about nominating.

For more information about the election contact the PSA national office on 02 6283 4777 or psa.nat@psa.org.au

 

our vision: Improving health through excellence in the practice of pharmacy