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Pharmacy Board of Australia


Pharmacy Board reminds pharmacists of their obligations when advertising health services, and warns about steep penalties for breaches—up to $10,000 per offence To protect consumers, the National Law has provisions …

A pharmacist who was struck off the register for breaching conditions of registration must pay costs within 28 days A pharmacist who was found guilty of professional misconduct and struck …

How many pharmacists have been found to be non-compliant with Board registration standards? In 2017/18, AHPRA audited 7,193 practitioners across all 15 regulated health professions. During an audit, a practitioner …

AHPRA is calling for changes that would mean pharmacists could nominate one or more aliases to be recorded on the public register Any changes could also empower AHPRA to record …

Addressing pharmacists’ concerns, the organisation says it will be reviewing its policies and procedures in relation to safeguarding the confidentiality of notifiers This month AJP reported the story of an …

The Pharmacy Board has reminded pharmacists to “remain vigilant” for stolen or fraudulent scripts The Board has reminded pharmacists to keep an eye out for stolen prescription pads and fraudulent …

The Board’s revised guidance on the compounding of sterile injectable medicines kicked in on the first of the month A revised guidance titled ‘Compounding of sterile injectable medicines’, has been …

The latest numbers from the Pharmacy Board, as pharmacy workforce continues to grow The Pharmacy Board of Australia has listed its registrant data for the period of 1 October to …

He engaged in unprofessional conduct by dispensing excessive anabolic steroids without question, a tribunal has found The Pharmacy Board of Australia first brought pharmacist Hayden Swan before the Queensland Civil …

Several announcements and newsletters have been sent to warn pharmacists about the changes since October 2015, it says With the end of the CPD period looming, many pharmacists have been …