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A new report recommends triggering medicines reviews through AI, and extending script lengths to bring down costs A new report from the Grattan Institute wants to reform Medicare – and …

Pharmacists came to the fore as heroes this week, getting medicines to their patients under trying circumstances As the east coast suffered severe flooding thanks to heavy rain and storms, …

There have now been six million COVID-19 vaccinations delivered through community pharmacy: underlining the importance of the sector, says the Guild The milestone was reached on Tuesday, 1 March, the …

Nominations for the Pharmacy Guild of Australia/Maxigesic Pharmacy Assistant of the Year Award (PATY) are open from 1 March Pharmacy assistants can self-nominate or be nominated by a third party, …

All eyes were on Queensland this week, as the war heated up between pharmacists keen on full scope of practice and other health groups The Pharmacy Guild‘s Queensland branch accused …

A former pharmacist claims the Queensland “full scope” pilot is “riddled with risks,” as the Guild hits back, saying GPs are being controlling The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners …

Earlier this week, the Guild said more patients can’t afford their scripts. We’d like to hear about your experience The financial outlook for 2022 is changing, with interest rates tipped …

Initiatives brought in to help manage the COVID-19 crisis have changed how health is delivered… and one state plans to make the most of them The Guild’s Queensland branch has …

The Pharmacy Guild has the price of script co-pays in its sights, as the cost of living spirals upwards More and more patients are asking pharmacists which of their medicines …

Another busy week in community pharmacy, with a focus on pay and workloads, as well as personal protective equipment PPA released the results of a new survey on the impact …

Outgoing Health Minister Greg Hunt is set to address delegates to the APP2022 conference The Pharmacy Guild of Australia has announced that the Federal Minister for Health and Aged Care, …

It’s still all about those elusive RATs this week, plus a host of news on diverse pharmacy issues Rapid antigen tests continue to be at the forefront of everyone’s minds… …