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This week sees a changing of the guard at one of the country’s key pharmacy stakeholders The issue of pay came to the fore this week, as PPA released its …

There’s significant hesitancy around the COVID-19 vaccination among patients, say readers… but there’s also good opportunities for pharmacists to address it Following comments on previous articles about the COVID-19 vaccination …

Netherlands pilot to look at reusing unwanted medicines; not guilty verdict for accused US pharmacist; UK pharmacist heads to Lebanon to help Syrian refugees Nijmegen, the Netherlands: Researchers are tackling …

This week we celebrated women in pharmacy, and there was again a focus on COVID-19 vaccination We celebrated International Women’s Day, with Yvette D’Ath MP, Queensland’s Minister for Health and …

The Covid AstraZeneca jab has been suspended in some countries as TGA releases latest Pfizer data Since the roll-out of COVID-19 vaccines commenced on 22 February 2021 in Australia, about …

Pharmacist’s joke leads to privacy lawsuit; pharmacist keeps vaccinating despite personal losses; registration cancelled after appeal fails Phoenix, Arizona: An Arizona Supreme Court ruling has revived the lawsuit of a …

“There is no place for anti-vaccination messages in professional health practice,” says a Pharmacy Board spokesperson as Ahpra explains what’s expected of providers The National Boards and Ahpra have published …

Two American pharmacists have had their employment terminated after one took home COVID-19 vaccines and gave them to family members US media are reporting on the case of two pharmacists …

Sigma speaks out about its plans to help with the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccination program Sigma says that most of its pharmacy brands, including Amcal, Guardian, and Discount Drug …

Some key final reports were issued this week, and more COVID-19 news In COVID-19 news, the TGA said it is set to start publishing weekly reports on adverse events related …

Who are COVID conspiracy theorists worried about – themselves, or society? New data sheds some light A study led by University of Queensland researchers and published in the European Journal …

A WHO expert panel has strongly advised against use of hydroxychloroquine to prevent COVID-19, based on high-certainty evidence A World Health Organization (WHO) panel of experts, comprising intensive care physicians, …