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November 1946, and in the aftermath of World War 2, regulators are wondering what to do with the wonder drug, Penicillin, while pharmacists call for national legislative uniformity Meanwhile, pharmacy …

Your legal responsibilities in pharmacy are directly related to whether you’re a pharmacist, a manager or a proprietor. Our specialist panel will show you how to avoid the regulatory pitfalls. …

‘Great webinar. Such important topics discussed’ – our specialists tell you how to avoid the regulatory pitfalls whether you’re a pharmacist, proprietor or manager PDL officers are seeing an increase …

Listen to our legal expert and psychologist/former pharmacist share important info on the rights and responsibilities of employees and employers, where bullying in the workplace is concerned Workplace bullying is …

Your legal responsibilities in pharmacy are directly related to whether you’re a pharmacist, a manager or a proprietor. Our specialist panel will show you how to avoid the regulatory pitfalls …

What are your rights if you believe you are being bullied at work? And what are your responsibilities if you are an employer, to ensure bullying is not tolerated in …

Following on from our popular webinar about managing difficult conversations, PDL professional officers are back to share tips on handling tricky scenarios in pharmacy 23 March 2021 | 8-9PM AEDT …

Pharmacists were “neglected” by legislators in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, says one stakeholder The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia’s submission to the Senate Select Committee on the Governments response …

Mandatory use of SafeScript will commence from 1 April, with a transition to the national system scheduled for mid 2020 and other jurisdictions in the works In April 2020, the …

What does the National Health Amendment (Pharmaceutical Benefits) Bill 2019 mean for pharmacists? Stephanie McGrath investigates Following on from my article in the AJP on 31 May 2019 the National …

The US case brings to light concerns around conscientious objection at a time when a federal religious discrimination bill is being debated in Australia A woman has filed a lawsuit …

Pharmacy and medical groups have hailed legislation to introduce real time monitoring in QLD, although some have expressed concerns over potential patient backlash Queensland Minister for Health Steven Miles has …