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Conferences and Events

Issue 73: July 2008
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As part of our information service, i2P informs on Conferences, Workshops and Seminars or press releases that may be of interest to pharmacists. PSA event information will be found here, but PSA news will continue to be published separately in the section reserved for PSA press releases.
Pharmacy organisations may submit material for publication, preferably in digital format (Word document).
This month:
  • * Pharmacy Management Conference 2008



Letter of Invitation


Dear friends and industry colleagues
On behalf of my colleagues on the Organising Committee of Pharmacy 2008, we warmly welcome you to participate in the Pharmacy 2008 Conference to be held from 3 – 6 September 2008 in Cairns, Australia.

To ensure you gain maximum return from your attendance, we have set an ambitious agenda over three days and invited eminent speakers on the topics which our research has indicated are the most relevant to Pharmacy Management today. These topics are amongst those to be covered:

  • Making Robotics work in Pharmacy: Practical Experiences
  • Alternative Income Streams for Pharmacy
  • Why Branding Works
  • “Walk the Store” and improve your business
  • Post-Work Choices – the new Industrial Relations landscape
  • The Effects of PBS Reform on your Dispensary.

This is a great opportunity to ensure you are up to date and in fact ahead of all major industry issues.

This Conference is a key learning opportunity for everyone who is involved in Management in community pharmacy whether as part of a banner group, as an independent pharmacy or with a supplier organisation.

Investing in learning and professional development is critical to the future success and profitability of your business, so we recommend you take the time to join us in beautiful tropical north Queensland.

We look forward to meeting you in September.

Jim Howard - Chairman, Pharmacy 2008 - the Pharmacy Management Conference

This website will be constantly updated with new information on the Conference program, social program, accommodation and tours organised for the conference. To ensure you receive important updates, please register your Expressions of Interest now.

Pharmacy 2008 Conference (The Pharmacy Management Conference)

Wednesday 3 September to Saturday 5 September 2008 Location Cairns International Hotel 17 Abbott Street CAIRNS

This Conference is open to everyone interested in Pharmacy. It has particular relevance to Pharmacy Owners, Banner Groups and their Members, Pharmacy Managers and Supervisors, Industry Suppliers and Associated Retail Enterprises.
Presenters There will be an outstanding array of Australian presenters, each extremely qualified to speak on their allocated topic.

Conference program and registration:
download here

Marion Powell Snr Robert Seaman Marion Powell Jnr

Conference Secretariat
Acclaim Special Events and Meeting Management 371 Bowen Terrace NEW FARM QUEENSLAND 4005 AUSTRALIA

Telephone 07 3254 0522 Facsimile 07 3254 0406
E-mail pharmacyconference@acclaimsemm.com.au

Web Site www.pharmacyconference.com.au







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