Medicines Management: SHPA national conference
Medicines Management 2024
It's time to once again mark your calendars... Medicines Management, Australia's largest scientific pharmacy conference, is heading to Adelaide!
Medicines Management 2024 will be held on 14-16 November 2024. We're excited to unveil another jam-packed program full of incredible speakers, fascinating presentations and networking opportunities.
Stay tuned as we reveal more details in early 2024.
Medicines Management 2023
Find space to grow in our vibrant tropical north as Medicines Management 2023, the SHPA National Conference (MM2023) returns to regional Australia.
In the thriving gateway of Cairns, 2-4 November, Australia’s largest scientific pharmacy conference returns with an intimate and individualised feel, providing a space to replenish on your own terms.
Inspired by the ancient landscape, where lush rainforests meet world-renowned reefs, MM2023 in Cairns will deliver our leading program, unparalleled networking and uplifting celebrations at a tropical tempo.
The Traditional Owners of Cairns or Gimuy (Gee-moy) are the Djabugay and Yidinji peoples, custodians of the ancient knowledge and storytelling of saltwater culture.
Medicines Management 2022
Amid a diverse and dynamic scientific program over 1-3 December 2022, highlights included inspiring and entertaining keynote speakers, announcement of incoming SHPA President Tom Simpson and the bestowing of SHPA's highest honours: the 2022 Fred J Boyd Award to Professor Michael Dooley, the 2022 Australian Clinical Pharmacy Award to Deirdre Criddle and the 2022 SHPA Medal of Merit to Duncan McKenzie.
With a packed Exhibition Hall and dazzling colourful Gala Dinner, nearly 1,100 delegates recaptured the energy of innovation, rediscovered the buzz of budding partnerships, and reinvigorated their passion for hospital pharmacy.
Medicines Management 2019
14–16 November 2019, Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Qld
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MM2019 Scientific Program Committee
Natalie Tasker (Chair, NSW), Duncan McKenzie (Deputy Chair, Tas), Mel Anderson (NSW), Sheridan Briggs (ACT), Margie Butnoris (Qld), Sarah Charles (Vic), Yvette Haselden (Qld), Adam Hort (WA), Kate Luttrell (Tas), Cathy Martin (NSW), Rachael Raleigh (Qld), Josephine To (SA/NT), Daniel Trajkov (Qld), Alan Tuxford (Vic), and Jason Waddell (Qld).