VIC/TAS Annual Therapeutic Update

About the 2019 VIC/TAS Annual Therapeutic Update (ATU)

Victoria and Tasmania are joining forces to bring you the VIC/TAS Annual Therapeutic Update (ATU)* – your local two-day conference covering topical issues meaningful to your state and the latest updates on key therapeutic areas.


Conference highlights:

  • Annual medicines update (AMU) highlighting the latest drugs and their applications
  • Hands-on workshops providing you with practical skills that you can walk away with
  • Workshop streams addressing primary care and advanced clinical
  • Trade exhibits connecting you with current updates from the organisations involved in pharmacy practice
  • Up to 25 Group 1 & 2 CPD credits
  • Option to attend the First Aid and CPR workshop on Saturday 4 May with full access to the trade exhibit.


This year Victoria will be hosting the conference at 381 Royal Parade Parkville and we look forward to meeting delegates from Tasmania.


*Formerly known as the Victorian Pharmacy Conference

Please contact the PSA office on 03 9389 4000 to register.

Pricing (early bird & standard):

  • Early Bird: Full weekend $240
  • Members: Full weekend $299, Sat/Sun Only $175
  • Non-members: Full weekend $480, Sat/Sun Only $275



  • Printed notes: $40
  • 4 May: HLTAID003 Provide First Aid 9am to 4pm including trade exhibit access
  • 5 May: Student conference 9.30am to 5pm including trade exhibit access.
  • Event: 4-5 May 2019
  • Registrations open: 25 Feb 2019
  • Early bird registrations close: 31 March 2019
  • Registrations close: 28 April 2019
  • Location: 381 Royal Parade, Parkville
  • CPD points available: up to 25 Group 1 & 2 CPD credits
  • Sponsors: PDL, Addvie, Freedom Foods, J&J, Aspen, Ego, Becton Dickinson
  • Community pharmacists including managers and owners
  • Hospital pharmacists
  • Accredited pharmacists
  • Early Career Pharmacists
  • Intern Pharmacists
  • Locum pharmacists
  • Pharmacists working in industry

Don’t miss your chance to expand your knowledge in key therapeutic areas, catch up with friends, network with colleagues, build relationships with allied health professionals and take advantage of exhibitor information.