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Tell us what you think of the FWC’s decision on a pay rise for employee pharmacists Last week, the Fair Work Commission handed down its decision on the Pharmacy Industry …

AJP’s latest poll has suggested what many already know: that pharmacists overwhelmingly support pharmacist ownership In our latest poll, we asked readers to tell us who, if there was to …

Has your role changed and its scope increased enough to justify an increase in the award wage? Last week, the AJP reported on the Pharmacy Guild’s submission to the Fair …

Nearly three-quarters of pharmacists would like to see greater restrictions on the availability of ibuprofen, an AJP poll has revealed Following concerns expressed by pharmacists that Australians could be at …

Does safe pharmacy practice require a registered pharmacist to own a pharmacy? The issue of pharmacy ownership regulation has again been brought to the fore by Ramsay Health Care’s acquisition …

A majority of pharmacists support the Guild’s “prescription – except when” model for low-dose codeine, an AJP poll has found Following the TGA’s final decision to upschedule codeine-containing products which …

What do you think of the proposed ‘Prescription—except when’ model for codeine? In the last couple of weeks, we’ve heard a lot from stakeholders about the Guild’s ‘Prescription – except …

We’ve heard what pharmacy organisations have said about the King Review – now we want your opinion When the interim report of the Review of Pharmacy Remuneration and Regulation was …

Would you support legislated limits on your hours or the number of scripts you could fill? In the United States, Illinois General Assembly representative Mary Flowers has sponsored a bill …

What’s the biggest challenge facing pharmacists in rural, regional and remote pharmacies? It’s long established that while the rewards can be significant, there are also challenges for the profession in …

Greg Hunt may have been named as the new Minister for Health and Sport, but it appears that he’s not the first choice of Australia’s pharmacists Earlier this week we …

Following Sussan Ley’s resignation as Health Minister, it’s expected that her replacement will be announced early this week. To date the frontrunner appears to be Senator Arthur Sinodinos, who is …