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We take a look at pharmacy news from around the world Antrim, Northern Ireland: An overworked pharmacist whose dispensing error led to the death of a 67-year-old woman was suffering …

New research has shown strong acceptance of the unique model used in many recent New Zealand drug reclassifications University of Otago researchers have highlighted New Zealand pharmacists’ experiences around trimethoprim. …

We take a look at pharmacy news from around the world South-east England: NHS funding to pharmacies is likely to influence greater consolidation in the sector, Chemist + Druggist reports. …

Think deregulation will improve wages and conditions for pharmacists? Think again, writes Natalie Gauld The worst thing we can do is put pharmacy into the control of retailers, according to …

We take a look at the week in pharmacy around the world New Zealand: Two pharmacists who unintentionally dispensed 10 times the correct dose of medicine to a young child …

We take a look at pharmacy news around the world Aberdeenshire, Scotland: Specially trained pharmacists will now be able to prescribe an antibiotic to women aged 16 to 65 with …

We take a look at pharmacy news around the world Dunedin, NZ: A pharmacy student from the University of Otago has appeared in court facing 10 drugs-related charges, including possessing …

The Pharmaceutical Society of New Zealand has named its pharmacist of the year: Tanya du Plessis, the infectious Diseases and Antimicrobial Stewardship pharmacist at Middlemore Hospital. Du Plessis is the …

The proposed deregulation of pharmacy ownership in New Zealand is unlikely to foster collaboration and trust between GPs and pharmacists, says the editor of NZ Doctor. Barbara Fountain wrote in …

Hamilton’s Pharmacy 547 has been named Community Pharmacy of the Year award at New Zealand’s 2016 Pharmacy Awards. This year’s awards ceremony was held in Auckland and saw approximately 370 …

AJP takes a look at the world’s week in pharmacy The US Supreme Court has turned away an appeal by a family-owned pharmacy which objected to supplying emergency contraception on …

Our wrapup of pharmacy news from around the world Loveland, Colorado: A pharmacy’s dosage error may have caused the death of an eight-year-old boy, Denver7 reports. According to the station …