Community Pharmacy 2025

Community Pharmacy 2025 Introduction cover pageThe Pharmacy Guild of Australia is undertaking a major strategic planning project to help secure the future of community pharmacy to 2025 and beyond. Community Pharmacy 2025 (CP2025) will see the Guild develop a vision to enable community pharmacies to have a viable, longer-term future as an integral part of the Australian health care system serving the needs of increasingly empowered health consumers. The project will seek the input, ideas and feedback from pharmacy owners, their staff and patients, as well as industry stakeholders, about how they see the future of community pharmacy. The project will consider the key political, economic, health, technology, regulatory, professional practice, workforce, business and consumer trends that are impacting community pharmacies. It will be informed by qualitative and quantitative market research, subject matter experts and a strategic advisory firm.

An Introduction Paper to the CP2025 project is available for download.

Download the Introduction Paper

Further information will also be provided on the approach to national engagement with Guild members, community pharmacy staff, patients and industry stakeholders in the coming weeks.

For queries regarding Community Pharmacy 2025, please email CP2025@guild.org.au

Contact the Guild

The Guild provides a wide range of methods to get in touch. Contact us directly or use the feedback form (available at just underneath the menu bar at the top of the page, or via the menu in mobile view).

For membership enquiries, we recommend getting in touch with your local branch membership manager.

National Secretariat

Level 2, Pharmacy Guild House

15 National Circuit

Barton ACT 2600

PO BOX 310

FYSHWICK ACT 2609

Phone

Ph: 02 6270 1888

Fax: 02 6270 1800

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Page last updated 15 September 2017