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June 29, 2017
Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt will officially open the flagship conference hosted by the peak national body for pharmacists, the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA).
PSA National President-elect Dr Shane Jackson said he was delighted to confirm Mr Hunt will open PSA17 as a keynote speaker on Friday, July 28. Minister Hunt will also help to present the 2017 PSA Symbion Excellence Awards.
“We welcome Minister Hunt as the guest speaker for the opening session of the conference,” Dr Jackson said.
“PSA looks forward to an update from the Health Minister on healthcare policies impacting pharmacists and pharmacies in Australia.”
Dr Jackson said with such a unique and engaging program, PSA17 was a must-attend event for all pharmacists in Australia.
“This year there is such an exciting program with so much on offer for all pharmacists, including clinical updates, professional program service delivery, great networking opportunities and the latest in innovative services,” Dr Jackson said.
“If you’re interested in the future direction of pharmacy, then PSA17 is certainly not to be missed,” Dr Jackson said.
PSA is partnering with the Commonwealth Pharmacists Association (CPA) to jointly host the PSA17 conference at one of Sydney’s premier convention spaces, the newly refurbished Hyatt Regency Sydney at Darling Harbour from July 28–30, 2017.
To find out more, visit www.PSA17.com
Media contact: Brad Watts
PSA Executive Director, Communications
0487 922 176
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