The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia has announced that registrations for the Pharmacy Australia Congress (PAC14) are now open.
National President of the PSA, Grant Kardachi, said PAC14’s engaging program will inspire you, with eminent speakers including Dr Sam Prince, chairman and founder of One Disease at a Time.
“Keynote speaker Michael Henderson, corporate anthropologist, will help you to piece together the changing landscape of pharmacy and position you for success in your career and business” Mr Kardachi said.
“Delegates will be able to choose from a wide range of clinical, practice, business and management sessions under the congress theme: Solve the pharmacy puzzle which will focus on the changing nature of pharmacy.
“The sessions will help pharmacists make the most of the challenges and opportunities these changes present.”
An individual can accomplish 28.5 CPD credits, including 24 group 2 credits, while attending PAC14.
“To make it even easier for pharmacists to register, PSA members can now pay for their registration fees by instalments. There is an initial 50 per cent deposit required followed by two instalments prior to October,” Mr Kardachi said.
“This innovation has been introduced to facilitate pharmacists in attending this premier pharmacy event.”
Early Bird Registrations will close on July 31 and under this special offer PSA members will pay $749 (a saving of $150), while for non-members the fee is $936 (a saving of $188).
In addition, there is a wide variety of social and networking events to add to the overall experience of attendance at the congress and these include a gala dinner at the National Gallery of Australia, with an exclusive private tour.
The Congress will be held at the National Convention Centre from Friday 10 to Sunday 12 October 2014.