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Pharmacy Board publishes new warnings on the danger of incorrect methotrexate prescribing and dispensing following recent reports  The Pharmacy and Medical Boards have published a joint reminder on the dangers …

National launch of the active script list database is expected “soon” potentially overcoming need to SMS patients  Experts are anticipating the full national availability of the new Active Script List …

While a year of immense challenge, 2020 has raised pharmacy’s profile and opened up new opportunities of practice for the profession, says PSA national president Chris Freeman In the next …

Is the 7CPA merely a case of community pharmacy retaining the ‘status quo’? Or does it offer the opportunity for a broader future? Bruce Annabel and Mal Scrymgeour investigate Portuguese …

Increased demand caused by COVID-19 has seen more medicines delivered to the community over this period than at any other time in Australia’s history, says NPSA Australian wholesalers distributed more …

Natalie Sirianni identifies four key business messages from the recent APP2020 Online presentations  I know you are all very busy at the moment and may not have the time to …

“Stupid” 60-day dispensing push is “dead in the water” say Guild leaders Leaders of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia believe that events around the Coronavirus pandemic have helped their push …

As GPs and hospitals come under increasing pressure from COVID-19, it “just makes sense” for pharmacists to do more, says Guild… but RACGP labels it a “cynical ploy” Pharmacists should …

Guild issues call to members to join it in fighting the Government’s 60-day scripts push and advocating for permanent continued dispensing by pharmacists The Pharmacy Guild of Australia says it …

Pay disputes, crime and practice errors dominated our list of most read stories over the previous month These are the ten most clicked stories on our website from 12 January …

Three pharmacists to front tribunal over dispensing practices The Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC) is prosecuting complaints against three pharmacists over their dispensing practices, the AJP heard at the NSW …

Mixed messages from the Department of Health over two-month prescriptions, as new documents say pharmacist mark-ups will impact consumer and taxpayer savings New Department of Health documents reveal that two-month …