Chris Freeman and Peter Fowler. The PSA and SHPA have signed a Memorandum of Understanding enabling closer cooperation representing and empowering the majority and spectrum of Australia’s pharmacists and technicians The MoU, announced at the members’ breakfast on the second morning of PSA’s National Conference in Sydney, outlines a framework for commitment and cooperation between the PSA and SHPA. PSA National President Dr Chris Freeman says codifying the sharing of ideas and resources will ultimately benefit members, patients and consumers. “It is a pleasure to welcome leaders of SHPA to PSA19 and make this shared commitment to unite the pharmacy profession in the context of healthcare delivery, strengthen our advocacy to enhance patient outcomes and to lift the profile and engagement of pharmacists within the healthcare team,” he said. “It is an exciting time for PSA as we prepare to take a seat at the table for negotiations regarding […]