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Doctors have criticised Queensland’s move towards downscheduling the Pill and UTI medicines as “a cynical attempt to buy the female vote” Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Health Minister Steven Miles …

Even without COVID-19, there’s already strain on access to health care, with nearly a quarter of Australians unable to see a GP when they feel they need to A new …

A clear focus on the future and the needs of a community pharmacy in a changing environment are key reasons this pharmacy won the Excellence in Business Management category in …

As toilet paper shelves empty out and worried Australians start to stockpile medicines, the number of COVID-19 cases in the country continues to rise The Federal Government had some questions …

While there’s no advice to stockpile medicines (or toilet paper), Australians are reportedly doing so… are your patients among them? Representatives of the Pharmacy Guild and the PSA have warned …

Pharmacy groups have lauded a South Australian decision to allow pharmacist vaccination of children as young as 10 State Minister for Health and Wellbeing Stephen Wade has announced that South …

Flu vaccines have been expanded under the NIP, with free vaccines for more children and a quadrivalent for seniors added – but in most jurisdictions, pharmacy still has no NIP …

As new cases of COVID-19 are confirmed in Australia, including that of a health worker, a new challenge is emerging for pharmacists Reports continue of Australians stripping pharmacy and supermarket …

Pharmacy groups have welcomed the NSW Government’s move to allow pharmacists to vaccinate 10-year-olds Health Minister Brad Hazzard announced the move on Monday, saying that with the likely convergence of …

It’s been a busy week at the Pharmacy Guild, plus there’s been scrutiny on aged care and non-pharmacist ownership models The Fair Work Commission released documents showing that we’re now …

The monthly cap for the Home Medicines Review Program is set to increase from 20 to 30 HMRs in March The Department of Health announced the change to the cap …

Queensland is set to allow pharmacists to administer travel vaccines, but one stakeholder says it’s not enough Queensland Health has announced that trained pharmacists in the state will be able …