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PainPod really packs a punch

Celebrity athlete Lauryn Eagle made a special appearance at the Pharmacy Assistant National Conference on the Gold Coast a couple of weeks ago. At a morning session sponsored by Reckitt Benckiser the TV presenter, professional boxer and water skiing champion - and contestant in last year’s season of The Celebrity Apprentice Australia - shared some of her personal health and fitness tips with the crowd. Following the session, Lauryn gave away pairs of personally  signed boxing gloves to a handful of lucky pharmacy assistants at the Reckitt Benckiser trade stand, and was also happy to pose for some action shots with fans (above). Some lucky pharmacy assistants will also this month have the opportunity to undertake an exclusive personal training session with Lauryn Eagle, having been selected after completing all of the PainPod online training modules. Sessions will be held in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. “I’m really excited to be planning these sessions for pharmacy assistants and looking forward to meeting all my new recruits!” Eagle enthused. Over 16,000 pharmacy staff have completed PainPod training, with eight modules specially designed for pharmacy assistants and three for pharmacists, with an additional “strong pain” module for pharmacists under development. Celebrity athlete Lauryn Eagle made a special appearance at the Pharmacy Assistant National Conference on the Gold Coast a couple of weeks ago. At a morning session sponsored by Reckitt Benckiser the TV presenter, professional boxer and water skiing champion – and contestant in last year’s season of The Celebrity Apprentice Australia – shared some of her personal health and fitness tips with the crowd. Following the session, Lauryn gave away pairs of personally signed boxing gloves to a handful of lucky pharmacy assistants at the Reckitt Benckiser trade stand, and was also happy to pose for some action shots with fans (above). Some lucky pharmacy assistants will also this month have the opportunity to undertake an exclusive personal training session with Lauryn Eagle, having been selected after completing all of the PainPod online training modules. Sessions will be held in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. “I’m really excited to be planning these sessions for pharmacy assistants and looking forward to meeting all my new recruits!” Eagle enthused. Over 16,000 pharmacy staff have completed PainPod training, with eight modules specially designed for pharmacy assistants and three for pharmacists, with an additional “strong pain” module for pharmacists under development.