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Western Australian pharmacists are not presenting patients with inappropriate charges regarding the flu vaccine, says a Guild spokesperson An article which appeared in The West Australian on Wednesday criticised pharmacies …

Stakeholders have reiterated support for Richmond’s supervised injecting facility, following a Herald Sun article which reported the facility was attracting poor behaviour Writing in the Herald Sun on Tuesday, Monique …

Registrations for the 2019 Pharmacy Guild of Australia’s National Student Business Plan Competition are now closed, with 12 teams to compete for this year’s prize This year’s competition follows the …

Queensland Health has announced a commitment to introduce real-time prescription monitoring, in a move welcomed by the Guild’s state branch Legislation introduced into Queensland Parliament establishes the ability for the …

Doctor criticism of Tasmania’s decision to allow pharmacists to vaccinate 10-year-olds against flu reflects a “sad lack of understanding of patient needs,” says the Guild’s Tasmanian president John Dowling, president …

The Guild’s Queensland Branch has acquired funding as part of the state Government’s Advancing Queensland: An Age-Friendly Community Grants Program to enable pharmacies to become dementia friendly The Dementia Friendly …

Winter is coming, and Tasmania’s plan to expand pharmacist-administered vaccination has it at odds with doctors Michael Ferguson, Tasmania’s Minister for Health, has announced the state’s Winter Demand Management Plan, …

The PSA is keen to work on fair pay for pharmacists, while the Guild says the election win helps provide certainty Following the re-election of the Morrison Coalition Government over …

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia has paid tribute to former NT Branch President, Ian Marshall, who passed suddenly on Tuesday night The Guild said Mr Marshall was a captain of …

Amid surges of flu around the country, the Guild’s Trent Twomey is urging the Queensland Government to lower the age for pharmacist vaccination Meanwhile in South Australia, Professor Paddy Phillips, …

The Guild and NACCHO say that regardless of which party forms Government after May 18, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health must be a priority Polices and strategies to help …

As the May 18 Federal election draws ever closer, politics—and politicians—were making headlines in pharmacy this week Health Minister Greg Hunt and Shadow Health spokesperson Catherine King pitched their health …