Online survey of pharmacists

Under the Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement (6CPA), which commenced July 2015, $50 million was allocated to the Pharmacy Trial Program (PTP) to trial new and expanded community pharmacy programs which seek to improve the clinical outcomes for consumers and/or extend the role of pharmacists in the delivery of primary health care services. The Australian Government Department of Health (the Department) has engaged Healthcare Management Advisors (HMA) to review the implementation of the PTP.

As part of the implementation review, the Department is seeking answers to the following evaluation questions:

(1)        Is the program the appropriate response for the program’s objectives?

(2)        What alternative model could be considered to pursue future opportunities for new and expanded community pharmacy programs / services?

This survey seeks input from pharmacists with an interest in extending the roles of pharmacists in delivering primary health services and / or improving clinical outcomes for consumers in the community. The aim of the survey is to capture your input and explore ways in which the sector can drive innovation in community pharmacy to achieve the program objectives.  

Further information on the PTP and the approved PTP trials is available on the Department website (http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/pharmacy-trial-programme).

For further information on the Implementation Review or this survey, please see the project information bulletin available at http://hma.com.au/current-projects-and-panels/. 

If you require any support with completing this survey please contact HMA team member
Anvi Le, 
(03) 9998 1951
anvile@hma.com.au

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