Injectables change for ACT pharmacists

Pharmacist in the ACT are now authorised to administer medicines for injection, including Long-Acting Injectable Buprenorphine (LAIB) The legislative change follows a campaign by the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia to expand scope of practice for pharmacists, the organisation said, welcoming the new authorisations announced by the ACT Government. PSA ACT Branch President Olivia Collenette said

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