Pharmacy assistants: don’t miss out on a jam-packed APP2021

With one week to go until APP2021, pharmacy assistants are encouraged not to miss out on the event – a conference not just for pharmacists but for all in the industry, including pharmacy assistants.

With a trade exhibition showcasing the latest supplier and exhibitor updates and freebies, along with a comprehensive four-day educational program featuring more than 100 industry, business, clinical and motivational speakers, what better way to learn and network and share experiences from the last 12 unprecedented months.

“From a keynote address by The Hon Greg Hunt MP, Federal Minister for Health and Aged Care, to the famous Street Party to bumping elbows with legendary sporting starts – APP2021 has it all for pharmacy assistants,” says APP Convenor and former Guild National President, Kos Sclavos AM.

“Attendees will get to meet the 2020 and 2019 Pharmacy Guild of Australia/Maxigesic Pharmacy Assistant of the Year (PATY) Award National Winners, Benjamin Kind and Brianne Lowe (pictured), at a special information session on Friday 21 May.

“Pharmacy assistants can also enjoy the jam-packed social program, which includes the Welcome Reception and famous Street Party.

“Welcome Reception access is free for pharmacy assistants, so ensure you make the most of this opportunity to network with suppliers while enjoying dinner and drinks,” he says.

Mr Sclavos adds that pharmacy assistants have also been given “certainty around any disruptions to plans that may come out of Covid-19”.

“If attendees can’t travel due to Covid-19, they’re able to get full refunds,” says Mr Sclavos.

“We’re excited to see you next week. I’d hate for any pharmacy assistants to miss out on the fantastic program, sold-out trade and networking opportunities.”

To view the APP program or to book your APP2021 registration, click here.


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