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COVID-19, vaccination and downscheduling all made the headlines in pharmacy this week COVID-19 continues to dominate the news, with two more Victorian pharmacists diagnosed with the illness… bringing the total …

Stakeholders have welcomed an interim TGA decision to downschedule low-dose cannabidiol to S3 – but the peak pharmacist body warns that evidence and therapeutic purpose are key The TGA has …

Three exceptional Western Australian pharmacists have been recognised for their high standards, professionalism and commitment to pharmacy in the PSA WA pharmacy awards Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a ceremony was …

To help reduce social isolation among older patients, WA intern pharmacist Tahlia Parisella set up a pen pal program between patients at her Bicton pharmacy and a local primary school …

COVID-19 testing in pharmacies will spread the disease “like wildfire” says union in declaring safety ban of trial, while PSA calls for moratorium Professional Pharmacists Australia (PPA) has called on …

Call for comment on October deadline for Melatonin Pharmacist Only downscheduling, as doctors back S3 decision  The Therapeutic Goods Administration has issued a call for further public submissions on its …

Pharmacist-led initiatives to improve medicine safety and access to essential medicines should be a key focus in the upcoming Northern Territory election, says one stakeholder The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia …

Any NSW pharmacy that delivers vaccination services may have to undertake an audit, including a separate audit of each authorised pharmacist vaccinator NSW Health is undertaking quality assurance audits to …

Pharmacy was in the media spotlight this week, with concerns aired about its role in COVID-19 testing and News Corp attacking it over medicines prices The Palaszczuk Government announced on …

GPs, pharmacists and patients have expressed concern over the announcement of COVID-19 testing coming to Queensland pharmacies As reported by AJP, the Palaszczuk Government announced on Wednesday that it would …

The RACGP is once again urging Australians not to seek out or use hydroxychloroquine to “cure” or “prevent” the COVID-19 virus The warning from the Royal Australian College of General …

It’s been a busy week in community pharmacy and the health sector more broadly, as restrictions tighten to help limit the spread of COVID-19 This week we looked at how …