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The second of our podcast series focusing on what can be done to improve pharmacist, and pharmacy, remuneration In this episode, Carlene McMaugh speaks to wide range of pharmacists – …

Money was a hot topic in pharmacy this week… for both patients and pharmacists There was big news in Western Australia, as state Health Minister Roger Cook announced at a …

It’s one of the hottest topics in pharmacy: what do our panel say about the state of pharmacist and pharmacy remuneration In this episode, Carlene McMaugh speaks to wide range …

The start of July brought a pay rise, a cut to penalty rates and a collection of new PBS listings We took a look at what readers thought about the …

It’s a good start, but it’s not enough – that was your view on the 5% pay rise for employee pharmacists announced last month The Fair Work Commission’s decision on …

National Pharmacies and PPA have reached an in-principle agreement which will see employees offered domestic violence leave and the right to request casual conversion PPA has announced that its delegates …

Tell us what you think of the FWC’s decision on a pay rise for employee pharmacists Last week, the Fair Work Commission handed down its decision on the Pharmacy Industry …

This week started with honours for seven industry leaders, and ended with the announcement of a pay rise for employee pharmacists Health Minister Greg Hunt announced an Australian Preventive Health …

PPA has urged the Pharmacy Guild to pass newly-decided pay rises of up to 15% on to their employees in full Professional Pharmacists Australia says that the decision by the …

It’s been a busy week in community pharmacy… This week, we brought you the results of the 2018 UTS Pharmacy Barometer: we saw growth in community pharmacist wages; we found …

How many pharmacies provide immunisations? Do pharmacists earn more if they specialise in services? Do owners support pharmacists’ roles expanding? Here’s 10 key findings from the 2018 UTS Pharmacy Barometer  …

A pharmacy worker could lose up to $7000 in 2019-20 and up to $26,000 over the next three years, claims the Opposition Leader As Australia heads towards the polls next …