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Fines over COVID-19 masks, RATs

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Or why do they test positive again, like President Biden? asks Lara Herrero, Griffith University For many people with COVID, their recovery isn’t linear. United States President Joe Biden is …

It was doctors versus pharmacists again this week, plus some big pharmacy news overseas Pharmacists and doctors were at loggerheads again this week, this time over access to antivirals for …

Doctors’ group rejects allegations that GP patient wait times are endangering those with COVID-19 The RACGP has rejected the Pharmacy Guild’s assertion that GP wait times are leading to delays …

The Federal court has ordered one company to pay $80k over face mask breach, while another has been fined $67k for failing to provide information on its RATs The TGA …

A pharmacist husband and wife were working more than 100 hours a week… so they trusted a family friend to keep their pharmacy’s accounts WA Today has reported on the …

The Pharmacy Assistant Conference has new changes due to staff shortages, while the state finalists in Pharmacy Assistant of the Year are announced The organisers of this year’s Pharmacy Assistant …

Professor Faye McMillan AM to join UTS faculty Pharmacist Faye McMillan will be joining the UTS Faculty of Health as Professor of Indigenous Health within the School of Public Health …

What are the hot topics that have been grabbing our readers attention over recent weeks? Errors, crime, difficult customers and turf wars are among the areas of interest to AJP …

In its latest practice update, PDL lists the medicines most commonly associated with incident reports it receives… and some should be no surprise It is no surprise that the top …

Next major import of drug not due until mid-November Just six weeks after the launch of the national Take Home Naloxone program there is already a significant shortage of the …

Another pharmacy chain is set to change its opening hours to support better health and wellbeing for its pharmacy teams Morrisons in the UK has announced it will be introducing …

The current GP shortage means patient wait times are endangering those with COVID-19, says Guild president Pharmacy Guild national president Professor Trent Twomey is urgently calling on all governments at …