Cancer Pharmacists Group (CPG) – Australia
The Cancer Pharmacists Group (CPG) is committed to promoting and further developing the role of the pharmacist in cancer services and is the only national multidisciplinary forum for pharmacists working in cancer services in Australia. A major goal of the CPG is to facilitate training, education and research within both pharmacy and cancer services while ensuring that pharmacists have input into key national policy documents and clinical guidelines.
CPG membership is comprised of pharmacists practising in a variety of settings including medical oncology, haematology, palliative care and chemotherapy preparation services in both public and private settings. Only registered pharmacists who are members of COSA are eligible for membership of the CPG. A web-based forum is available for CPG members under the Discussion tab.
There are several affiliated groups with BOPA. The groups and BOPA work together jointly to promote excellence in the pharmaceutical care of patients with cancer through education, communication, research or innovation.Explore our Affiliated Groups
Subcommittees & working groups information
There are several subcommittees & working groups that report directly to the Executive Committee each month. These subcommittees & working groups support the executive committee and keep the organisation at the forefront of care.Meet our Subcommittees & working groups
The Executive Committee work on behalf of the BOPA members to prioritise and co-ordinate the many activities and workstreams required to achieve our goalsMeet our Executive Committee