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As we hurtle towards the 2020s, the pharmacy sector isn’t slowing down, with news from the Board, an update on underutilisation in disasters and potential legislative change on the horizon …

Which state has the highest, or lowest, percentage of AHPRA notifications for pharmacists? The most recent data snapshot released by the Pharmacy Board of Australia has revealed more detail about …

Time is almost up for registration renewals, and there are new photo ID requirements, the Pharmacy Board says The Pharmacy Board of Australia has issued a reminder that those who …

The Pharmacy Board has reminded students in their final year of studying pharmacy that they can apply for provisional registration, with new information and requirements “Before you can start practising …

Only just over half of pharmacists feel confident that the Pharmacy Board is doing everything it can to keep the public safe AHPRA and the National Boards, including the Pharmacy …

The Pharmacy Board has issued a reminder that pharmacists don’t have long to renew their registration Pharmacists have until 30 November 2019 to renew their registration on time, the Board …

The Pharmacy Board has revealed its position on pharmacist prescribing, and the responses to it have been wildly divergent  The release of the Pharmacy Board of Australia’s position statement on …

Videos, cupcakes, events around the country and thanks to hard-working pharmacists are all part of World Pharmacists Day 2019 “Safe and effective medicines for all” is the theme of this …

Registration fees for pharmacists for 2019-20 will see one of the highest rates of increase among the health professions The national Boards for the regulated professions, and the Australian Health …

The number of registered pharmacists in Australia continues to grow, as the Pharmacy Board releases its latest data profiling the sector’s workforce According to the Board’s latest data, there was …

A new case study published by the Pharmacy Board looked at a pack of medicine which showed two patients’ details In its recent newsletter, the Board advised that it had …

Did a pharmacist’s Facebook post about their views on termination of pregnancy constitute unsatisfactory conduct? The Board writes that a notifier alleged that personal views about abortion, published on a …