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As the sector waits for the 7CPA to be signed, GPs have complained about pharmacy and flu jabs, one stakeholder called for ‘sweeping change’ to pharmacy and there are new …

They admitted to making false or misleading representations in the marketing of two pain relief products GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare Australia and Novartis Consumer Health Australasia have been ordered to pay …

A US pharmacist, who is alleged to have bought $300k worth of N95 masks and sold them at inflated prices, will face federal court over charges of hoarding, price gouging …

Following a high-profile industrial relations case, the pharmacists’ union has accused employers of failing to switch long-term casual workers with regular hours to permanent full and part-time work The comments …

Floaters could turn US pharmacies into COVID-19 “hotspots;” arrested pharmacist “may have been trying to get out of work” via alleged bomb hoax; UK pharmacy not thrilled with Government’s COVID-19 …

Am I entitled to rent relief? And what do I need to do to access it? Stephanie McGrath provides some answers Most states and territories have adopted the Federal Government’s …

A medical practitioner has been reprimanded and suspended after he sent harassing and insulting messages to a woman he had pursued as a romantic partner A medical practitioner, Dr L, …

A medical practitioner has been reprimanded and fined after he plagiarised a medical article and falsified an examination results letter The Medical Board has issued a statement about Dr Bryan …

The Victorian Pharmacy Authority has issued advice from the state’s police service on security and safety during the pandemic In its latest communique, the VPA says that Victoria Police has …

Backlash after pharmacists left out of life assurance scheme; NZ pharmacies in financial peril; Welsh pharmacy calls police on English patient UK: Following outrage that pharmacists were not automatically included …

A health practitioner has been given less than a month to show why she shouldn’t be struck off the register, after a tribunal found she had engaged in unethical conduct …

A pharmacist who failed to maintain professional indemnity insurance cover while he practised for four months has been found to have engaged in unprofessional conduct The pharmacist had been a …