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Another week in which RATs were the key issue, with some recognition for outstanding pharmacists as well The TGA announced on Friday that it had provisionally approved Pfizer’s COMIRNATY as …

Patients could pay up to $55 for pharmacist consults in a “full scope” trial which has doctors up in arms The AMA has attacked a “confidential proposal to expand the …

Pharmacy is often the first stop for patients with heartburn symptoms, but is the best diagnosis and advice being given? Heartburn (acid reflux) is a widespread complaint. According to The …

GPs and urologists have slammed the extension of the UTI pharmacist prescribing pilot, warning of missed diagnoses and antibiotic resistance Earlier this month, the Pharmacy Guild, PSA and Queensland University …

Charles Darwin University has announced that to help manage the critical shortage of pharmacists in the Northern Territory, it is reinstating pharmacy training CDU’s Bachelor of Pharmacy course was first …

JCU student president scores wildcard spot for PSOTY national final Renee Buckland has won the National Australian Pharmacy Students’ Association (NAPSA) Wildcard final for the Pharmacy Student of the Year …

The TGA has provisionally approved the Pfizer jab as a booster shot for older children in a move the Guild describes as “logical” The Therapeutic Goods Administration said on Friday …

Pharmacist brothers offer “Jabs with kebabs;” Irish pharmacy calls anti-vax stunt “quite sad;” pharmacist sentenced over fraud Cork, Ireland: Sunday World has reported that a group of anti-vaxxers descended on …

The phrase ‘stand and deliver’ applies perfectly to Australian pharmacists right now, writes Karalyn Huxhagen As we move into 2022 the landscape for Coronavirus has changed again, with emphasis now …

“Yes, it is stressful, yes, we are all overworked, but look at the shining beacon of what we’re doing for community health”: rural and regional pharmacists share their stories Pharmacy …

Pharmacy staff are struggling with crippling shortages of personal protective equipment, with those not providing COVID jabs left out in the cold, says union The Federal Government has failed to …

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia is urging pharmacies to nominate their Guild interns for the 2021 Intern of the Year Award, with the deadline looming Guild interns can self-nominate for …