Pharmacy Connect early bird rego ends 28 July

Those wishing to attend this year’s Pharmacy Connect conference and who want to secure a saving are reminded that early bird registration closes in two weeks, on 28 July.

“The countdown is on for early bird registration”, Kos Sclavos AM, Pharmacy Connect Convenor and former Guild National President said, adding that with a jam-packed program it’s an event “you won’t want to miss”.

With a theme of ‘building better connections with patients’, this year’s program will bring together leadership, business and clinical content to support attendees in building better patient relationships.

In addition to educational content, Pharmacy Connect delegates will have access to valuable networking opportunities with peers, industry leaders and suppliers in the 50-plus stand trade exhibition.

Attendees can also attend the pre-conference workshops on Thursday 1 September, which include the topics of ‘Harm Minimisation – getting community pharmacy involved’; How to protect your most valuable business asset – your registration’; and ‘Full scope of practice’.

Alongside the educational content, is the sought-after social program including the Welcome Reception at Hilton Sydney’s internationally acclaimed Zeta Bar and the Cocktail Party boasting a buffet dinner, drinks and dancing.

The Covid-19 Refund Guarantee is available for Pharmacy Connect.

Should anyone not be able to attend the conference due to Covid-19 restriction requirements, they can access online session recordings for 50% of the registration fee, transfer their registration to another delegate or receive a full refund.

Pharmacy Connect 2022 will be held on 1-3 September at the Hilton Hotel Sydney and is open to all levels of pharmacy, from pharmacists, pharmacy managers, pharmacy staff and group executives, to interns and students.

Early bird registration can be booked online at pharmacy-connect.com.au.

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