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With a new vaccine on its way to pharmacy next week and the Health Department announcing changes, it’s been another busy week in pharmacy PSA NSW Branch President Chelsea Felkai …

A man with a history of robbing pharmacies with tomahawks has been placed under an interim supervision order as he nears his release date In August 2021, the state of …

Pharmacy council notes an increasing number of complaints relating to the compounding of eye drops in community pharmacies Over the last few months, there has been an increasing number of …

The Opposition Leader added it’s “very strange” that community pharmacists are receiving lower payments than GPs “for the same job” in administering COVID vaccinations Pharmacists are the “very much the …

FIP has called for a greater role for pharmacists in managing respiratory conditions Pharmacists must be allowed to do more to manage respiratory conditions in communities if the urgent need …

A two-part CPD podcast presented by Brett MacFarlane, Dr Treasure McGuire and others, about the human gastrointestinal tract, how constipation occurs and how to treat it Constipation is a common …

What are the stories our readers have been clicking on recently? Vaccination, crime and regulatory issues have been capturing our readers’ interest recently. Our latest top ten most-clicked stories list …

French pharmacy privacy breach; new faces at the top in NZ; UK pharmacy to drive recovery France: Connexion France reports that around 700,000 pharmacy COVID-19 test results have been left …

A jump in complaints about NSW pharmacists was driven not by a growth in professional misconduct, but in Health Ministry activity The Review of the Health Care Complaints Commission 2019-20 …

Confirmation that community pharmacies are expected to begin receiving supplies of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine from next week has been welcomed by the Guild NSW Branch Director of the Pharmacy …

No conditions it could impose could mitigate the risk to the public posed by a NSW pharmacist if he repeated his misconduct, a Tribunal has decided A pharmacist has been …

Rapid antigen tests: the PSA says pharmacies need them to remain open, while TGA warns against their widespread use The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia’s NSW branch has called on the …