Next generation learning for pharmacy assistants, interns
25 January 2024
The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) has partnered with tech company Audirie to modernise pharmacy assistant and intern training programs, integrating tailored learning tools and real-time assessment into pharmacy education.
PSA learners will soon have access to virtual patients as part of their online learning environment, supporting the real-world application of their training material.
PSA Chief Executive Officer Adj A/Prof Steve Morris welcomed the new partnership, reaffirming the organisation’s commitment to enhanced education across the pharmacy sector.
“As a leader in pharmacy education and training, PSA’s excited to provide learners with new and innovative products as part of their education journey.
“We’re proud to be harnessing technology to give our learners the edge, training in real-life scenarios and better preparing them for their careers.
“Our focus remains firmly on providing high quality, practical education to our members and learners, training them to meet the current and future needs of our communities,” he said.
Audirie Chief Executive Officer Michael Alexander said the partnership represented a groundbreaking approach to education in the pharmacy sector.
“As a pharmacist myself, I am excited to collaborate with the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia and bring Audirie to the forefront of pharmacy education,” he said.
“This partnership is a significant step forward in integrating new technologies into the training and assessment processes, ultimately benefitting pharmacy professionals and the industry as a whole.”
Audirie is a leading provider of AI-driven communication solutions, committed to transforming the way individuals learn and grow. With a focus on immersive learning experiences, Audirie harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to deliver innovative and effective training programs across various industries.
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