‘A tax on younger pharmacists’

Guild president calls for the removal of accreditation fees, but says community pharmacy pay situation is improving  Accreditation fees for pharmacists represent a 'tax on younger pharmacists' and should be abolished, says Professor Trent Twomey, national president of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia. Speaking to AJP at the recent APP Conference on the Gold Coast,

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