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Pharmacist found to have been constructively dismissed over chain’s slow investigation of racially-motivated abuse; pharmacist saves a life after bee sting; Kiwi pharmacists fight to keep co-pay away London, UK: …

Since double dispensing was announced, more pharmacies have applied for approval than have had approvals cancelled In last week’s Senate Estimates hearing on Community Affairs, Tasmanian Labor Senator Anne Urquhart …

Queensland Health waives co-payments for HIV antiretrovirals, in a move welcomed by the Pharmacy Guild Queensland minister for health, mental health and ambulance services Shannon Fentiman has announced that effective …

NZ patients still learning about free copay; UK pharmacist’s antisemitic remarks re-examined; Brexit complicates Irish shortages New Zealand: Around 70% of eligible patients still do not realise that they no …

July change will cost AUD$580.6m over four years, says NZ health minister The New Zealand government will remove its NZD$5 (AUD$4.69) copayment for prescription medicines, the country’s health minister Ayesha …

The furore over 60-day scripts is intensifying, with a Chemist Warehouse leader warning of shortages and citing the panic buying of the early days of the pandemic CWH director Mario …

Chemist Warehouse has thrown its support behind an AMA push to allow pharmacies to discount prescription medicines by more than the currently allowed $1 The Australian Medical Association has said …

The Health Minister has announced a new campaign to promote its maximum PBS copayment cut to the general public Mark Butler has announced that in January and February, Australians have …

One stakeholder has asked for a halt to annual indexed increases in the concessional copayment, as the cost of living continues to impact many In Senate Estimates last week, Tasmanian …

Tainted drugs sold in Mexican pharmacies; calls to scrap NZ script copayment; Canadian college slaps chain with largest ever fine Mexico: The Los Angeles Times reports that pharmacies in northwestern …

Australians now feel that community pharmacy is more like a US system than a more socialised system like that of France or the UK, says a leading pharmacist National president …

Chemist Warehouse is angling to be able to provide free and discounted scripts, citing its record in New Zealand – while the Guild wants to slash the maximum co-pay to …