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Greg Hunt criticised in mainstream media over medicines that have not been subsidised – but he emphasises the government cannot compel sponsors to list medicines on PBS “Tens of thousands …

Guardian and TerryWhite Chemmart are neck-and-neck in satisfaction ratings, with the latter closing the gap in the latest round of awards TerryWhite Chemmart (TWC) has trumped Guardian as Pharmacy of …

NSW Supreme Court judge decides Pharmacy Guild plaintiffs will not see a 50% reduction in costs as requested The Pharmacy Guild will pay usual costs after legal proceedings brought against …

A discussion about coffee led Bruce Annabel and Mal Scrymgeour to think about product ranging in pharmacy and the lessons that could be learned from a good barista We both …

We speak to the next person in our 14 most influential people in pharmacy campaign, as voted by you Chris Freeman  National president, PSA  Director – Centre for Optimising Pharmacy Practice-based Excellence …

Pharmacist prescribing made headlines this week… with some stakeholders for, and some as usual against The Pharmacy Board revealed its position on pharmacist prescribing, saying that under Health Practitioner Regulation …

The TGA has issued new advice for consumers about ranitidine, following the recent recall Earlier this month it recalled a number of brands of the heartburn medication, including Aspen’s Zantac, …

A Fairfax article has claimed the Health Minister is considering “supervised prescribing” by pharmacists – but the Minister denies it’s true A report appearing in The Sydney Morning Herald and …

Amcal has moved to help Australians stay informed about the day’s pollen count, in a bid to address hayfever Amcal Pharmacy says it is on a mission to help alleviate …

A study across patients recruited from Australian community pharmacies has looked at the link between prescribed opioid dose and problematic behaviours Many people stay on opioids for years to treat …

Coroner says it is ‘impossible’ to identify whether the timing of pharmacist dispensing was a factor in the death of a young woman, within two days of commencing methadone treatment …

A dispensing error is among several case studies highlighted in the ACT Human Rights Commission’s annual report, which says complaints are up almost 10% In the case study, the Commission …