Pharmacy Stakeholder Consultation Committee (PSCC)

The PSCC aims to facilitate consultation between parties interested in pharmacy care funded by the Australian Government. It is one of the two committees that facilitate consultation on the Seventh Community Pharmacy Agreement (7CPA).

Role

The Pharmacy Stakeholder Consultation Committee (PSCC) aims to facilitate consultation between parties interested in pharmacy care funded by the Australian Government.

Terms of reference

Learn about the committee's terms of reference.

Members

The PSCC comprises representatives from:

  • Department of Health and Aged Care
  • Pharmaceutival Society of Australia
  • The Pharmacy Guild of Australia.

In addition, standing members of the PSCC may invite other stakeholders on a standing or temporary basis, as agreed by us. We have extended a standing invitation to representatives of the Consumers Health Forum of Australia and the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation to participate in the PSCC.

Meetings

The PSCC meets a minimum of two times a year, unless we consider additional meetings are needed.

Communiques

See details of key discussions and outcomes in the PSCC communiques.

Implementation activities

At the PSCC meeting on 16 November 2022, representatives discussed progress on the implementation of identified tasks and activities to be undertaken over the term of the 7CPA.  

Related committees or groups

The PSCC is one of the two committees that facilitate consultation on the 7CPA. Learn about the Community Pharmacy Consultation Committee.

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Pharmacy Stakeholder Consultation Committee (PSCC)

The PSCC aims to facilitate consultation between parties interested in pharmacy care funded by the Australian Government. It is one of the two committees that facilitate consultation on the Seventh Community Pharmacy Agreement (7CPA).
Pharmacy Stakeholder Consultation Committee
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