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SHPA will be launching a new framework for its members on 1 June, covering 26 specialty practice streams from cardiology and compounding to rural practice and women’s health The new model will …

Public consultation has begun on the revised Compounding Standard, as part of the wider review of the Professional Practice Standards developed by PSA The Standard outlines the actions pharmacists need …

A NSW pharmacist who was found guilty of unsatisfactory professional conduct and professional misconduct has had his compounding rights severely restricted Back in April 2016, Mr Nicholas Bova was found …

A compounding pharmacy has been criticised for dispensing a withdrawn substance… but is the reproval warranted? Dr Ken Harvey, from Monash University’s School of Public Health, has notified the AJP …

Our weekly wrapup of pharmacy news from around the world New York, New York: The customer experience in pharmacy is “broken,” the co-creator of a new, digital only pharmacy has …

Pharmacy leaders have hit back at claims that pharmaceutical compounding is unregulated, after criticism from a leading medical practitioner. Well-known media identity Dr Norman Swan questioned current compounding regulations in …

The compounding pharmacist who supplied vitamins and minerals to the iv.me “hydration clinic” says the use of such infusions to treat hangovers is not appropriate, and until media coverage of …

The SHPA says it is concerned about the lack of detail and patient focus in the SIxth Community Pharmacy Agreement, including lack of clarity as to whether HMRs will remain …