Health Minister and 24-hr pharmacy owner to pay $64,000 in costs over Federal Court decision – but the pharmacy could still go ahead In January …

Leading hair-loss treatment could be set to move to pharmacist-only category Regulators are set to decide on a request to down-schedule a leading hair-loss treatment …

A medical practitioner has been suspended for four months after she was found to have improperly prescribed peptides The GP was suspended by the State …

Researchers say a new report “lifts the lid” on a significant new synthetic opioid market on the dark net A new study from the Australian …

A former Guild state president has lashed out at current and proposed Government policy, saying the PBS is already “crumbling” Ian Todd, an honorary life …

Guild leaders highlight doctor article, saying it confirms what they’ve been saying about ‘five-minute medicine’ A Sydney general practitioner has written an article for The …

Pharmacies are being ill-served by generic mission statements written up by their banner group head office, says Glenn Guilfoyle Too often when I ask an …

As Australia enters federal election mode, it’s been a busy week in politics and in pharmacy This week Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the much-anticipated …

Leading doctors and the PSA’s Chris Freeman have called for full Federal Government subsidy for methadone treatment, as concerns over opioid dependency grow Out of …

Australian pain stakeholders have spoken out about the unintended consequences of limiting opioid prescribing, as the US makes new recommendations on the matter The US …

We’re off to the polls in a few weeks, and opinion is already divided about which party represents the best option for the pharmacy sector …

Pharmacists should be empowered by the incoming government, says PSA in response to the election date announcement Following this week’s Federal election date announcement, the …