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The Pharmacy Board has reminded pharmacists to renew their registration by the end of the month Pharmacists have until 30 November 2018 to renew their registration on time. “More than …

Stakeholders have shown a strong desire to progress work to enable pharmacists to prescribe S4 and S8 medicines The Pharmacy Board of Australia has published a report about the forum …

The Pharmacy Board has published two case summaries to highlight pharmacists’ obligations… including one where S8s were regularly dispensed with no valid script In its latest newsletter, the Board has …

Confusion reigns over advice and information about the sale of e-cigarettes and how to handle customer enquiries Australian pharmacists are unsure with how to proceed in offering information about e-cigarettes …

Australian pharmacy organisations have celebrated World Pharmacists’ Day by pointing out that pharmacists could take on more Pharmacists and their organisations took to Twitter to celebrate their global day, which …

Is it too late for the Pharmacy Board to seek sanctions against two pharmacists for their dispensing behaviour in 2008-09? A tribunal has found it isn’t Two pharmacists have made …

The relationship with doctors and the ongoing issue of medicines shortages were big issues in pharmacy this week… We learned that most AJP readers support the concept of pharmacists working …

A pharmacist has been suspended for two months after he dispensed fentanyl without a script The Pharmacy Board has highlighted a case in which Western Australia’s State Administrative Tribunal suspended …

The Pharmacy Board has announced its national general registration fee has risen for 2018/9 The Board has increased the fee for general registration to $396, up from $336 last year. …

Nine examples of how the profession is changing Here are some of the interesting demographic changes that are happening in pharmacy taken from the latest Pharmacy Board of Australia registration …

Negotiations are soon due to start for the 7CPA. We look ahead to see what might be on offer for pharmacy. By Megan Haggan No matter the sector, the future …

A new consultation paper includes proposals that could change the way national boards regulate health practitioners AHPRA has welcomed the release of a consultation paper by the Australian Health Ministers …