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A new profession-specific annual report summary of the work of the Pharmacy Board has now been published Drawing on data from the 2015/6 annual report by AHPRA and the National …

Some employers are threatening to report their employees to the Pharmacy Board after facing unfair dismissal or underpayment claims, according to the pharmacists’ union PPA says that it has been …

Latest data from AHPRA show a 20% increase in complaints and concerns, including a 17% increase in mandatory notifications The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and the National Boards …

Non-compliance is rife in the handling of Schedule 8 medicines, the Pharmacy Board of Australia warns In its latest quarterly newsletter, the Board has warned of the “deterioration” of S8 …

A WA pharmacist has been reprimanded, ordered to pay costs and has had conditions imposed on her registration after admitting to engaging in professional misconduct. The Pharmacy Board decided to investigate …

A WA pharmacist has had defamation proceedings against the Pharmacy Board dismissed after he claimed the Board’s publication of conditions on his registration could lead people to falsely conclude he had …

The past financial year has been a period of collaboration, consultation and revision for the Pharmacy Board of Australia, according to information published by AHPRA today in its 2015/16 annual …

The Pharmacy Board has announced a change to the written examination eligibility criteria from 1 January 2018. In its latest communique, the Board highlighted that from 1 January 2018, interns …

Profession’s numbers continue to soar There are now 29,717 registered pharmacists, according to the latest statistics from the Pharmacy Board of Australia. An ever increasing percentage of the profession are …

Reports over questionable bulk medicine sales on the rise, Pharmacy Board warns The Pharmacy Board of Australia has expressed concern about a recent increase in reports of pharmacies participating in …

Pharmacy connected with beleaguered weight loss clinic defends itself from serious allegations by leading public health figure Last week AJP wrote about a complaint submitted to AHPRA and the ACCC …

As community pharmacy expands its professional clinical service role, questions continue to be raised over the absence of national standards for private consultation rooms. Speaking at the recent Pharmacy Connect …