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Most AJP readers think there should be mandatory work requirements for owners, with over a third calling for them to work >350 hours per year …

What is the difference and which one is appropriate for pharmacies? Stephanie McGrath explains There are different types of commercial agreements that a pharmacist will come …

Changes to the administration of pharmacy approvals are being introduced from December, with the Department of Health to take over the role In the Federal …

Community pharmacists share concerns about Ramsay’s claim it will be able to offer services where it is not economically viable for others to go Earlier …

The healthcare group says it is “committed” to expanding its pharmacy franchise network into the next financial year Ramsay Health Care has today reported a …

While most pharmacies will carry on operating ‘business as usual’ come the 1 October cuts, more strategic ones will look for ways to offset the …

In an inquiry submission, the PSA objects to deregulation and calls on the Qld government to “carefully consider” international evidence on the subject The Queensland …

More than 90% of New Zealand pharmacists are worried about disruption to the industry posed by new entrants and deregulation A recent survey by business …

Core issues driving the future of pharmacy include the “corporatisation of healthcare,” funding cuts to pharmacy and the opioid epidemic Ahead of the Guild’s annual …

This pharmacy owner found terminating her stake in a partnership wasn’t as easy as first thought Three NSW pharmacy owners have had a legal stoush …

“‘We have an invisible owner who has had nothing to do with the pharmacy and doesn’t communicate with us at all…’ Taken on its own …

Most AJP readers don’t support Amazon.com entering the prescription drug business – although it wouldn’t be the first time it has done so Last month, …