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Three pharmacists have been honoured at PSA’s inaugural ACT Excellence Awards for their service to the community during a difficult year.
Health literacy is key to every conversation pharmacists have with their patients, says Dr Rosie Nash MPS, a pharmacist who is channelling her 18 years of experience into community education.
Chelsea Felkai MPS usually balances a busy life of university teaching, PhD study and community pharmacy locum shifts in Newcastle, NSW.
Bill Horsfall PhC FPS at 84 is one of Australia’s oldest working pharmacists. Over the past 60 years, he’s been involved in hospital and community pharmacy, the Sydney Olympic Games and was Director of Pharmacy at the 2006 Commonwealth...
Community pharmacist. Business owner. Pharmacy broker. Mentor. Lecturer. These are all titles Luke Kelly FPS has held during his 40-year pharmacy career. 
Community pharmacist Dianne Brown MPS has helped many patients achieve better health outcomes during her four-decade career. The secret? Building strong relationships and a desire to help. 
Rather than be overwhelmed by COVID-19, Wint Ye Ywe Phu used social media to help pharmacy interns feel connected.
The first woman to win a PSA Lifetime Achievement Award, Debbie Rigby FPS has been many things during her 4-decade career of ‘two halves’.
A strong advocate of pharmacy in the Northern Territory, Samuel Keitaanpaa MPS has an enviable track record of supporting ECPs as an outstanding leader.
A challenging initiation into pharmacy via the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Victoria’s Monash Medical Centre set Kay Dunkley on a career path that has spanned more than three decades.