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As parts of Australia swelter through a heatwave, we take a look at the last week in pharmacy… PSA president Chris Freeman wrote to pharmacy …

There’s been a significant rise in patient visits to community pharmacy – another argument for practicing to full scope, says Trent Twomey The Pharmacy Guild …

Australian Healthcare Associates has advised on transition arrangements for 6CPA programs, as the date for the change looms In late October, Australian Healthcare Associates advised …

An anonymous doctor has told media more than 200 people are being turned away from GP surgeries a day in Ballarat alone… but pharmacists want …

SafeScript is already saving lives, says the Victorian Government, while the Victorian Guild calls for urgent action in other jurisdictions SafeScript, Victoria’s real-time monitoring system, …

Record numbers of Australians were vaccinated against flu this year – and the Health Minister has pointed out pharmacy’s involvement Greg Hunt has announced that …

The National Pharmaceutical Services Association has welcomed new CSO operational guidelines, while a tender has opened for access to the CSO funding pool The new …

Representatives of the AMA have again attacked pharmacy over sick notes, after a Herald Sun reporter obtained one in less than two minutes Doctors and …

Politics have played a strong role in this week’s events in the pharmacy sector… In employment news, Professional Pharmacists Australia told us that wage theft …

Pharmacy Guild national president George Tambassis has outlined some of 2018’s highlights for community pharmacy Politicians from the Coalition Government, Labor and the Greens all …

Victoria has a new Health Minister in Jenny Mikakos, who has been welcomed to the role by the Guild and PSA Jenny Mikakos will take …

The Greens are taking a plan to the 2019 election to fund dispensing fees for patients using the methadone program The party’s leader, Senator Richard …