COVID-19-related issues like hydroxychloroquine were still making headlines this week, but the sector was also looking to the post-pandemic future The Pharmacy Guild‘s Suzanne Greenwood wrote about the issues the …

Three pharmacy break-and-enters involving large rocks or pieces of concrete could be linked, say police Police are investigating possible links between three break-and-enters at pharmacies in Logan and the Gold …

Following a high-profile industrial relations case, the pharmacists’ union has accused employers of failing to switch long-term casual workers with regular hours to permanent full and part-time work The comments …

Following the latest remarks from the President of the United States regarding hydroxychloroquine, the RACGP has urged Australians not to seek it out to try and cure or prevent COVID-19 …

RACGP shares concern over pharmacist metformin substitution plan, saying substitution without prescriber knowledge “leaves gaps in continuity of care” With current shortages for multiple brands of metformin modified-release 500mg tablets …

The Pharmacy Guild has had its concerns about the “token” system for paperless scripts addressed, it says, but therapeutic substitution worries remain COVID-19 has been a “catalyst” for rapid-pace change …

Floaters could turn US pharmacies into COVID-19 “hotspots;” arrested pharmacist “may have been trying to get out of work” via alleged bomb hoax; UK pharmacy not thrilled with Government’s COVID-19 …

Guild national president George Tambassis has offered a glimpse into negotiations for the Seventh Community Pharmacy Agreement, and thanks members for their work during a very tough year Speaking in …

A medical practitioner has been reprimanded and suspended after he sent harassing and insulting messages to a woman he had pursued as a romantic partner A medical practitioner, Dr L, …

As doctors call for telehealth provisions to become permanent, pharmacy stakeholders have some concerns: remuneration for pharmacies, and whether takeup is being quantified The Australian Medical Association says that Australian …

Early results from a new Australian survey show how likely people are to conceal COVID-19-like symptoms from their employer or colleagues The survey, led by Professor Terry Haines of the …

A new Cochrane review has looked at medication non-adherence in older Australians, and how behavioural and educational interventions can help Researchers from Monash University’s Centre for Medicine Use and Safety …