Online registrations to close soon for PA2019

Only a few days remain for pharmacies to register their staff for this year’s Pharmacy Assistant National Conference (PA2019) in Brisbane, with online registrations closing on Monday (October 7).

After this time, registration for PA2019 will be possible only on site. Online registrations (at will close at 11.59pm AEST on Monday.

To be held October 11-13 at the new location of Sofitel Brisbane Central, PA2019 offers pharmacy assistants of all levels a comprehensive educational program, pre- and post-conference workshops, a networking and social agenda, and a trade exhibition featuring the latest products, services and industry developments.

Pharmacies which send two or more staff under full registration tickets will receive free registration for next year’s APP20 conference, valued at more than $1,000. The full registration fee includes QCPP approved refresher training for pharmacy assistants.

Alternatively, pharmacies can take advantage of a Friday registration special offer. For $195, pharmacy assistants will receive access to the QCPP approved refresher training, Friday conference sessions (half day), welcome reception and trade exhibition. This offer is valued at $365.

This year’s event line-up features more than 30 speakers, including GP, author and TV presenter Dr Cindy Pan, sales and business growth consultant Nicky Miklos-Woodley, Marketing to Mums founder and CEO Katrina McCarter, and 2018 Pharmacy Assistant of the Year Alice Vanderpol.

The speakers will cover unique educational topics that span community engagement, mental health in the workplace, leadership, digital health and selling more effectively, as well as product knowledge including insights on wound care, hay fever, dry eye, skin care, analgesics and more.

For more information on PA2019, visit

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