The union is reminding employees that skipped lunch breaks should be fairly and fully compensated “Being forced to routinely work through lunch breaks is illegal unless a series of very strict requirements …

Monash University recognises Bill Scott for his contribution to the health of Victorian communities Scott, an alumnus of the university, is currently one of three members on the panel for …

Those aged 70-79 can now freely access the vaccine, which aims to protect against shingles and related neuropathic pain From 1 November, Australia’s only vaccine to protect against shingles and …

This UK pharmacist presents live television to a global audience in two different languages every morning Bav Heer, a pharmacist from Birmingham in the UK, has spoken to The Pharmaceutical …

Pharmacy saw a stoush between the PSA and the SHPA, and CWH went head-to-head with the Guild over location rules Early in the week, the PSA slammed statements in the …

Research team will be trialling non-dispensing pharmacists embedded within 14 medical centres Principal investigator Dr Chris Freeman, from the University of Queensland’s School of Pharmacy, has launched a new trial to investigate …

A new analysis shows up to £2billion is already spent on GP visits for issues that could be handled by pharmacists As many as 3,000 community pharmacies in the UK …

The accepted view is that women are born with a fixed number of eggs, but a new drug may change everything Early evidence taken from a small study involving cancer patients …

We take a look at pharmacy news from around the world New York, US: A New York pharmacy introduced a 7% “man tax” for one day in a bid to …

Early evidence from a pilot study being conducted in western Sydney shows positive results Western Sydney’s Primary Health Network (PHN), WentWest, has been collaborating with general practice groups across the …

Chemist Warehouse and the Pharmacy Guild of Australia go head-to-head on location rules in their Pharmacy Review submissions Both the giant pharmacy chain and membership organisation commissioned analyses of the …

A TGA review has found medicine labelling is inconsistent regarding the association between non-aspirin NSAIDs and miscarriage The safety review confirmed there is a known association between use of these …