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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 …

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 …

The Pharmacy Board has now published the individual submissions it received on pharmacist prescribing… revealing doctor and specialist opposition In its latest communique, the Board says that it encourages all …

There are 220 more registered pharmacists in Australia than at the end of 2018, bringing the total to 31,785 New quarterly registration data from the Pharmacy Board shows that the …

The Pharmacy Board received more than 30 submissions regarding pharmacist prescribing, and says it’s now reviewing the feedback On 4 March 2019, the Board released a discussion paper, looking for …

Autonomous prescribing is the only feasible option out of three mooted plans for pharmacist prescribing, according to the Pharmacy Guild The Pharmacy Guild has responded to the Pharmacy Board’s consultation …

PSA says it supports collaborative prescribing of medicines by pharmacists to improve Australians’ access to safe and effective healthcare PSA made the statement in its response to the Pharmacy Board …

Pharmacist prescribing is “more likely about supporting their business model,” a leading GP says The RACGP has again hit out at the concept of pharmacist prescribing, describing it as working …

The Australian Medical Association says pharmacist prescribing would be a ‘fundamental conflict of interest’ The AMA has published its response to the Board’s discussion paper Pharmacist Prescribing, which proposed that …

A pharmacist who kept opening and operating a pharmacy alone – after he was suspended – has been fined $24,500 A NSW Court has convicted the suspended pharmacist, David Le, …

The Grattan Institute has released its submission to the Pharmacy Board of Australia’s discussion paper on pharmacist prescribing, recommending they be able to prescribe under all three suggested models The …