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Vitamin sales moving to supermarkets, echoing the experience of competitor Blackmores There has been a shift of more people buying vitamins from supermarkets than pharmacies over the past 12 months, …

Pharmacists on the temporary sub-register can now practise in any area that supports the COVID-19 response, after changes see registration broadened More than 1,700 pharmacists can step up to further …

Digital image scripts have been extended one final time to the end of 2021, DOH confirms, with the Pharmacy Guild welcoming the news There will be one final extension of …

Health Minister announces new Medicines Supply Security Guarantee to prevent shortages as part of deals with pharma industry Generic medicines companies will start to hold a minimum of four to …

Guild members are set to provide a major group of employers with COVID-19 vaccination The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) and the Pharmacy Guild of Australia have announced an industry association …

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia, Queensland Branch has announced that Chris Owen has been confirmed as President of the Branch Mr Owen has been acting in the role since 23 …

Pharmacists praised for role in Western Sydney vaccination centre, ensuring the quality and safety of up to 20,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses per day Pharmacists have been playing a “vital” role …

Study reveals GPs’ concerns over pharmacists’ participation in influenza vaccinations   Pharmacist involvement is perceived by GPs to be a barrier to the effective delivery of influenza vaccination to high-risk adults …

Community pharmacists can positively impact patients’ sexual and reproductive health, but barriers remain including remuneration, workload and legislation Pharmacists’ role in sexual and reproductive health is “feasible and highly accepted …

Pharmacies are set to begin giving the Moderna vaccine, as the TGA provisionally approves it for 12-year-olds and up Over the weekend the Therapeutic Goods Administration announced that it had …

Issues to do with the COVID-19 pandemic continued to dominate the headlines this week This week the AJP looked at controversial topics to do with COVID-19: the fact that Australian …

WA hospital pharmacists are among those who will be expected to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 It will soon be mandatory for Western Australian health workers to be fully vaccinated …