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Backlash as Amazon enters pharmacy in India; US pharmacist sentenced after tampering with and stealing narcotic infusions; Bahamas pharmacist questions curbside pharmacy service Bengalaru, India: Outraged at the entry of …

Old mobile phones and a lack of trust in government are the main reasons Tasmanian residents say they cannot or will not download the COVIDSafe app A University of Tasmania …

Health service providers have consistently been among the top three sources of privacy complaints over the last three years The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has just launched …

NY pharmacy closed after non-pharmacist owner arrested over oxycodone distribution; British pharmacists and students under stress; another Canadian pharmacist sanctioned over snooping in health records Staten Island, New York: A …

A new case study published by the Pharmacy Board looked at a pack of medicine which showed two patients’ details In its recent newsletter, the Board advised that it had …

There are potential public safety risks from consumers’ medicines being identifiable after dispensing, reminds authority There are regulations for the transfer of dispensed medicines throughout a pharmacy in open baskets, …

PDL has issued guidance on the use of My Health Record, including on privacy, consent and emergency access With the participation rate in MHR ranked as 90.1% by the Government …

A doctor who asked a patient to pretend to have firearms to sell to another patient has been disqualified from applying for registration for six months Western Australia’s State Administrative …

Inter-professional collaboration, inadequate management of S8s and the movement of key industry figures all made the news this week… Another stakeholder body lost a key figure this week as Graham …

A writer for a popular website has taken aim at a pharmacy assistant over her customer service Mother-of-two and Mamamia writer Shona Hendley wrote that while buying a pregnancy test …

The Australian Digital Health Agency and PSA have welcomed the news that nine out of 10 Australians will have a My Health Record But Opposition health spokesperson Catherine King says …

Pharmacies in the UK have been faxing dispensing tokens, certificates and requests for medication to a British hotel group The hotel group complained to NHS England’s Corporate Information Government team …