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PSA rolls out a new education series ahead of expanded scope of practice trial  Pharmacists seeking to participate in Victoria’s pharmacist prescribing trial can now access two training courses through the …

AMA attacks community pharmacy as the “worst place” for pharmacist prescribing The Australian Medical Association has published its submission to the Department of Health and Aged Care’s Unleashing the Potential …

PDL has some advice for Victorian pharmacists considering participation in the upcoming statewide scope pilot Victorian pharmacists may be aware of the Community Pharmacist Statewide Pilot scheduled to go live …

Case discontinued against pharmacist who refused to dispense morning after pill; UK mulls over codeine linctus schedule; US pharmacist incompetent to stand trial over weapons, drugs stash Kraków, Poland: A …

Victoria’s health minister has announced the introduction of its promised legislation, to expand pharmacist scope of practice Minister for Health Mary-Anne Thomas has visited the HealthSmart Pharmacy in Parkville to …

Limitations on the role of pharmacists are “key barriers” to contraceptive access, a new report says A Report tabled by the Senate Community Affairs Reference Committee, Ending the postcode lottery: Addressing …

The AJP speaks to lead researcher of the NSW Government’s clinical pharmacy trials, Dr Sarah Dineen-Griffin from the University of Newcastle Following the announcement that NSW would commence two pharmacist …

Lack of remuneration, training and technical assistance holding back profession from providing better contraception advice, new survey shows Community pharmacists feel they lack “the necessary resources” to provide quality patient-centric …

Senate committee to broadly investigate reproductive healthcare including PBS coverage and TGA approval process A Senate inquiry into the universal access to reproductive healthcare will look at both the cost …

A pharmacist who refused to fill a woman’s script for emergency contraception did not discriminate against a woman on the basis of sex, a US jury has found Andrea Anderson …

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia says it is deeply regrettable women will continue to be barred from purchasing oral contraceptives without a prescription Guild National Councillor Natalie Willis says the …

Pharmacists say an interim decision on oral contraceptives is an insult to women and the public are sick of doctor turf protection… while GPs say pharmacists are “not qualified” in …