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Western Australian pharmacists are not presenting patients with inappropriate charges regarding the flu vaccine, says a Guild spokesperson An article which appeared in The West Australian on Wednesday criticised pharmacies …

The PSA is keen to work on fair pay for pharmacists, while the Guild says the election win helps provide certainty Following the re-election of the Morrison Coalition Government over …

The PSA says it looks forward to working with the re-elected Morrison Government, including on negotiations for the 7CPA Commenting on the weekend’s election, in which the Coalition has claimed …

The Coalition and the Greens have both committed to declaring medicines safety a National Health Priority Area, while Labor says pharmacists’ role in medicines supply is reflected in its national …

Australia’s Chief Medical Officer has cited the benefits of embedding pharmacists in aged care facilities before the Royal Commission into Aged Care Trials embedding pharmacists in residential aged care facilities …

PSA has released new clinical governance principles that champion the design and implementation of safe and high quality pharmacy services Clinical Governance Principles for Pharmacy Services 2018 provides pharmacists and …

Doctors continue to oppose Queensland’s trial of pharmacist provision of UTI treatment, with one GP warning of “landmines” Following the Queensland Government’s announcement last month that pharmacists would be able …

As the May 18 Federal election draws ever closer, politics—and politicians—were making headlines in pharmacy this week Health Minister Greg Hunt and Shadow Health spokesperson Catherine King pitched their health …

Enterprising PSA councillor manages to get the PM’s ear to discuss what pharmacy can offer the country  When North Queensland pharmacist Shane MacDonald recently had the opportunity for a chat …

The NSW Opposition and PSA have called on the recently re-elected Berejiklian Government to trial limited pharmacist prescribing in the state… but the Health Minister has rejected the proposal Earlier …

Australia’s second pill testing trial has identified seven dangerous substances containing the potentially deadly n-ethylpentylone And the fact that many festival-goers binned their drugs shows that pill testing can discourage …

Dr Chris Freeman responds to the RACGP’s submission on pharmacist prescribing I am writing to object to the egregious assertions made in the RACGP’s submission to the Pharmacy Board of …