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Leading GPs have slammed a PSA proposal, with one saying managing non-urgent Emergency presentations in pharmacy is not “just a fun, income-generating exercise” Last week, the Pharmaceutical Society’s NSW Branch …

After a pharmacist was reprimanded for dispensing a medicine which killed her patient, PDL offers some advice on discussing worrying scripts with doctors Earlier this week, the AJP reported on …

Pharmacists report the worst shortages they can recall, as an AMA head suggests stockpiling of critical drugs and a return to Australian manufacturing Patients are being slammed by the cost …

A pharmacist has been reprimanded after she dispensed a lethal dose of methotrexate, despite her concerns, to a man who then died The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal has heard …

A pharmacist’s registration has been suspended after he provided medicines, including S8s, on scripts he knew were not valid – and a doctor’s registration has been cancelled over the matter …

Doctors have again slammed the idea of pharmacists vaccinating against COVID-19, saying they will be inadequately skilled and trained The Australian Medical Association’s Queensland branch issued a statement saying that …

As the final hearing into the aged care sector takes place, stakeholders are calling for change – with one group calling for nothing less than a complete overhaul of the …

Woman accuses CVS manager of racism after shoplifting incident; Ontario pharmacy COVID testing plan slammed; Scottish docs thank pharmacists Washington DC: A woman has publicly slammed a CVS store manager …

A doctor was immediately suspended after authorities found Facebook posts promoting vitamin C to prevent and treat COVID-19, anti-vaccination material and calls for a halt to Muslim immigration The doctor …

Pharmacy has been under fire this week, with one store closing for cleaning after an “absolutely disgusting” prank, 18 pharmacists having to self-isolate and #BunningsKaren reportedly confronting a pharmacy worker …

A pharmacist and several doctors have again called for the Queensland UTI trial to be halted, citing concerns about antimicrobial resistance Senior Infectious Diseases Pharmacist, Aryan Shahabi-Sirjani, Chair of the …

A doctor’s “hoarding impulse” led to a chaotic home surgery where S8s and S4s were inappropriately stored and medicines and prescription pads stockpiled A GP has been reprimanded and conditions …