Pharmacy Education Symposium

10th Biennial Monash Pharmacy Education Symposium 2019

7-10 July 2019

In 2019, we will celebrate our 10th Pharmacy Education Symposium.  From a small group of ~30 curious pharmacy educators, it has grown to be an internationally recognised biennial conference, pushing the limits of our expectations.  We look forward to celebrating this milestone with everyone in Prato!

The 2019 Symposium theme, Ancora Imparo - I am still learning, is the Monash University motto. It reminds us that the search for knowledge never ends.

As pharmacy curricula are ever-changing, we are fired with a restless ambition that pushes us to do things better, to set new benchmarks and to break new ground. We encourage you to not miss your chance to explore and discuss learning and teaching in the contemporary pharmacy curriculum with practitioners, educators and regulators from around the world.

The symposium presents an ideal opportunity to share and discover best practice with colleagues committed to transform pharmacy education and improved global health.

Our 10th anniversary of the Pharmacy Education Symposium introduces a New Investigator session to recognise and celebrate our outstanding early career educators. See the Abstract page for further details.

We have some terrific workshops and presenters planned for 2019.  To ensure that all participants are up to speed with all workshop themes, each workshop leader will provide a short eight minute pitch outlining the workshop topic and importance for education.  Who can provide the most compelling pitch for you to attend their workshop?

Important changes to registration

Due to the extraordinary interest in the 2017 Symposium, and subsequent larger numbers, registrations will be capped at 130 in 2019 (165 in 2017). We want as many as people to participate, without having to compromise on space and workshop sizes.

In-line with smaller delegate numbers, registration will ONLY be offered by invitation to the successful author (one) as outlined on the Abstract page.