|If you are currently working in pharmacy, want a job in pharmacy, or are heading into your intern year next year then this seminar is for you.
We’ve arranged for speakers from:
- The President of the Young Pharmacists Group of the International Pharmaceutical Federation
They will be presenting on topics that all graduates and students should know such as:
This is a great opportunity for ALL students to gain insight into how the profession operates and will provide valuables skills to anyone who wants to work in pharmacy in the future.
So come down to the Pharmacy Lecture Theatre from 1-2:30pm on Monday 22nd Oct.
Here you guys go…
Remember ALL years are welcome to come. What better way to celebrate the end of exams, PHARM style
Laurence, SUPA IT Officer 2012/13
With a Spanish theme, ensure you are dressed to impress on Saturday 24 November from 6:30pm at the exclusive GPO Sydney Bar and Restaurants.
- Access: $130
- SUPA members: $140
- Non-members: $150
This covers a 3 course meal and unlimited beer, wine, champagne, Sangria and soft drinks.
Tickets go on sale from Monday 15 October (week 11) and continue until Friday 2 November (week 13) . We are in the process of setting up an online ticket sale so stayed tuned!
Hope to see you all there!
Hey guys, just letting you know that this is a free service that we provide. It is non-profitable. You are welcome to do it by yourselves (though there is a postage fee, which we don’t charge)
In addition, customers should be well aware of the disclosure (Members have 40 days from arrival of orders to pick them up). We will notify you of this at the beginning of next semester. Do not panic.
Also, in the event, that you wish to pay by cheque, plus make it out to “Sydney University Pharmacy Association’.
Also a reminder: Book orders close this friday. Office hours are 12-2pm weekdays.
Two buses picking us up tomorrow, the first arrives at 12:40 and the second arrives at 1:15 PM! The buses will also take us back to uni after you’re done and had your fill of refreshments! See you all tomorrow!
Hey guys, the PSA is hosting a forum for all student and early career pharmacists.
The topics to be discussed include: Membership: Cost vs Benefit, Professional Services, Oversupply of Pharmacists and Deregulation of Pharmacy.
The PSA wants to know what matters to you – in your career, in your workplace and as a professional. This is your opportunity to let them know as they plan for the future. See the attached letter for more info.
Hey everyone here is the book order form. Please print out both pages and bring down to the SUPA office to place your order
Mirage is putting on a rural health night on Tuesday Oct 16 in new Law from 5:30pm for all allied health students and med students. It will be a great chance for you to learn more about the benefits of working in the bush and hear from students etc with first hand experience.
There will also be FREE food and drinks so head on down after uni!
Keen for more? check out: http://www.facebook.com/events/108456349306076/
|The Rural Health Night is finally here! Do you have an interest in the ins and outs of healthcare in regional Australia? Are you considering a career in the country? Are you unsure of the opportunities available to those who want to work in remote or isolated areas?If so, then get yourself to the Rural Health Night 2012 to be inspired, informed and entertained by those who have experienced it firsthand! This event is for students of any healthcare profession; medicine, physiotherapy, pharmacy, dentistry,
nursing and any allied health profession you can think of.Presentations from our distinguished guests, focusing on the opportunities available to those interested in rural healthcare, will follow dinner and drinks in the New Law Building. The evening will conclude with a free discussion in which audience members will have the opportunity to ask whatever questions of the panel come to mind
The MC for the evening will be the irrepressible Simon Reid, Co-Chair of the National Rural Health Students Network (NRHSN) and SUMS 3rd Year Representative. The NRHSN provides a voice for over 9000 nursing, medical and allied health students who are passionate about improving health outcomes for rural, remote and Indigenous Australians. Simon is a huge supporter of solution-based advocacy, interprofessional education and breaking down stereotypes around rural health.
To whet your rural appetites, here’s a brief bio on our first confirmed speaker:
Libby Bowell FRCNA
To be inspired by speaker’s such as Libby, save Tuesday 16th in your diary, and get yourself to the New Law Lecture Theatre, University of Sydney. Watch this space for more information, and invite your interested friends!
5:30 – 6:30pm: Drinks and dinner
The National Pharmacy Student Survey (NPSS) is designed for pharmacy students to have a say in important issues related to pharmacy and our profession. Your responses will be invaluable for NAPSA (National Australian Pharmacy Students’ Association) to make changes based on your opinions.
It will only take 4-5 minutes so it would be great if you can spare your time to complete it and you will be in the running for some great prizes.