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pharmacist prescribing


Pharmacist prescribing made headlines this week… with some stakeholders for, and some as usual against The Pharmacy Board revealed its position on pharmacist prescribing, saying that under Health Practitioner Regulation …

A Fairfax article has claimed the Health Minister is considering “supervised prescribing” by pharmacists – but the Minister denies it’s true A report appearing in The Sydney Morning Herald and …

Family sues after man dies following dispensing error; anonymous donors pay off all patient debts at one pharmacy; pharmacist prescribing jump in the UK Southaven, Mississippi: A man has died …

The AMA has released new minimum standards for prescribing – aimed at cutting out prescribing rights for pharmacists The AMA’s new 10 Minimum Standards for Prescribing are “consistent with medical …

The new Queensland pharmacist prescribing trial is seen by many as a way to move Australian pharmacists away from winning the global “wooden spoon” for scope of practice. Megan Haggan …

George Tambassis has written to the Federal Health Minister urging him to push forward pharmacist script renewals for the Pill In the letter, sighted by the AJP, Mr Tambassis highlighted …

Only two in three Australians trying to access a GP for urgent medical care are seen that day, a leading GP writes in criticising the Queensland pharmacy trial Dr Richard …

GP shortages are leaving Aussies frustrated, says Guild in push for more vaccines, common ailments and prescribing, but AMA says pharmacists are trying to play doctor After having to defend …

How does the situation on pharmacist prescribing in Australia compare with other English-speaking countries?  Australia continues to lag behind other English-speaking countries in the introduction of pharmacist prescribing models, potentially …

Queensland’s pharmacy trial would mean a conflict of interest similar to that found by the banking Royal Commission, says a leading doctor GPs continue to criticise moves towards pharmacist prescribing, …

The oral contraceptive pill should be available over-the-counter, writes a mainstream media journalist – and a Guild spokesperson hopes access could soon be easier Cassandra Morgan, who has recently moved …

Tensions are rising between doctors and pharmacists in Western Australia, with one GP calling the idea of pharmacist prescribing a “dog’s breakfast” Following last week’s release of Western Australia’s review …