While Judith Liauw lived and worked in the north-west of Tasmania she was at the forefront of modern community pharmacy in Australia and made an enduring contribution to pharmacy and the health system. Until just before her death in July 2010 she was both Branch President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia – Tasmanian Branch, and a National Councillor of the Guild. As a strong supporter of the UTAS School of Pharmacy she regularly hosted students and interns for their rural placements in her Ulverstone pharmacy. The Pharmacy Guild of Australia – Tasmanian Branch has endowed an annual Fellowship in her memory to support a female graduate of the School undertake a graduate internship at a rural or regional location in Tasmania.
Available to a female student who will be graduating with a Bachelor of Pharmacy from the University of Tasmania at the end of 2023 or has graduated within the last 2 years (2021 or 2022) and is undertaking a Pharmacy Guild of Australia Intern Training Program (ITP) at a rural or remote community pharmacy (MMM category 3 or above) in Tasmania. The ITP must be commenced in 2023.
Pharmacy Guild internship program fees
Please see the discipline of Pharmacy for information on how to apply.