Noel Fosbery receiving the award for Pharmacist of the Year from Brett Barons, Symbion; Joe Demarte, PSA president; Health Minister Sussan Ley; and PSA executive director Lance Emerson,
Keynote speaker George Savvides with PSA president Joe Demarte
PSA executive director Lance Emerson
The packed conference room
Mylan’s Gary McCaw.
PSA president Joe Demarte welcomes delegates to PSA16.
Sussan Ley espouses the government’s vision for the Australian health system.
Symbion’s Brett Barons introduces the PSA Excellence awards.
Erin Nunan receiving the award for Early Career Pharmacist of the Year from PSA executive director Lance Emerson, PSA president Joe Demarte, Health Minister Sussan Ley and Symbion’s Brett Baron.
Erin Nunan accepting the award for Early Career Pharmacist of the Year for 2016.
Con Peoples from Broken Hill accepts the Lifetime Achievement Award at PSA16.
Con Peoples, recipient of the 2016 PSA Lifetime Achievement Award at PSA16, accepting the award from Brett Barons, Symbion; Joe Demarte, PSA president; Health minister Sussan Ley; and PSA executive director Lance Emerson
Keynote speaker, the inspirational George Savvides.
THE Pharmacy Guild of Australia has formally urged the Queensland government to establish a Pharmacy Council, with the move said to bring the state into line with all other Australian jurisdictions as well as “play an important role in bridging health gaps where pharmacies’ competencies could assist a health system under pressure”.