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Pharmacists participating in ward rounds via telehealth ramped up activities for Covid-19 patients compared to face-to-face attendance, study finds Hospital pharmacists can successfully deliver services and participate in medical ward …

Pharmacy owner suspended after expired Covid-19 vaccines were administered in-store  The Pharmacy Board of Australia has suspended the owner of a Tasmanian pharmacy where patients were given doses of expired …

Government says “no” to funding pharmacist prescribing of Covid-19 antiviral medications  Labor will not implement a recommendation from the House Standing Committee on Health, Aged Care and Sport, to allow pharmacists …

A state government adds skin conditions to pharmacists’ scope as part of prescribing trial  Pharmacists will soon be able to treat shingles and mild plaque psoriasis, under Victoria’s Community Pharmacist …

A doctor sent “abusive, insulting and threatening” comments to a pharmacist—and allegedly told the store’s owners to sack him and pay the doctor $10,000 A doctor’s attempt to have an …

Northern Territory pharmacy group launches free blister pack recycling program  Patients in the Northern Territory can now bring used blister packs to selected pharmacies and health clinics for recycling as …

Wizard Pharmacy has set a new record for its donations to Starlight Children’s Foundation The group has now raised $56,600 during its annual Starlight Giving Tree Appeal, which ran in-store …

Terminally ill patients given improved access to end-of-life medications through community pharmacy network  Select community pharmacies across South Australia are now stocking palliative care medications as part of a measure …

Leading NSW Pharmacists recognised for outstanding contributions to the profession and to their patients The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) has recognised New South Wales’ top pharmacists as part of …

Another week past, and another week closer to the 8CPA deadline…so how’s it looking? What’s happening with the 8CPA? The March 1 deadline is growing near, and CAPS is concerned …

A stressed, busy US woman was the sole pharmacist on duty at a CVS in Indiana, when she experienced heart attack symptoms – but was worried about closing the store …

Pharmacists are being forced to sign up to commercial deals that shift control over their pharmacies to third parties, Guild believes  Proposed legislation before the Queensland state parliament must “restore …