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Concerns about the rate of pay for pharmacists are creating a crisis of biblical proportions for community pharmacy. Bruce Annabel and Mal Scrymgeour investigate  Jesus was a carpenter. If Jesus …

This week was Budget week, and we saw the Government announce funding for improvements in aged care and mental health There was little specific to pharmacy in this year’s Federal …

Pregnant women with morning sickness report being denied doxylamine and ondansetron by pharmacists, new Australian survey reveals A recent Australian survey of 249 women found approximately one in four reported …

Should pharmacists be mandated to supply medicines such as emergency contraceptives despite their personal beliefs?  CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTION: The case for, by Leo Hamulczyk It is often assumed that conservative people, …

A review has found many pharmacists viewed themselves as dispensers and worried about being seen as “glorified shopkeepers” – but they want to move away from these identities Most pharmacists …

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May 1946: Plans for the socialisation and nationalisation of medical services imperil the future of pharmacy, AJP claims   Far-reaching plans for the nationalisation of medical services in both Australia and …

Conviction, fine and ban for health practitioner who presented a forged script at a pharmacy, misappropriated opioids and removed medicines from Webster-paks A Victorian woman has been reprimanded and banned …

An update on the state of personal and business taxation in the wake of the Federal Budget, by HLB Mann Judd 1/ Personal Tax Personal tax rates unchanged for 2021–2022 …

The Pharmacy Board and other regulators are asking for input on a revised code of conduct Twelve National Boards and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (have launched a public …

The Guild has advised members about the demise of Health Care Homes The Australian Government has confirmed that the Community Pharmacy in Health Care Homes Trial Program will end on …

The Emergency Locum Service is set to transition to a new provider from 1 July 2021 The Pharmacy Programs Administrator (PPA) has advised that following a competitive tender process, the …