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Australia’s health ministers have agreed to make QUM and medicines safety a National Health Priority Area At last week’s meeting in Perth, the COAG Health Council discussed a number of …

Stakeholders have responded with concern to the results of the latest Graduate Outcomes Survey, which showed pharmacy graduates received the lowest pay The survey, which was published earlier this week, …

The media is still having a go at community pharmacy, while politicians have discussed the PBS in a busy week for the sector We discovered new data on the value …

The PSA has welcomed new data highlighting the importance of hospital pharmacists in medicines charting The study, published this week in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, looked at a …

The PSA has taken aim at antimicrobial prescribing in aged care, warning of a significant increase Data released this week show prescription rates for antimicrobials in aged care facilities are …

PDL professional officer among those recognised by peers with state pharmacy awards Leading Queensland pharmacist, and PDL professional officer, Gary West was among those honored with awards by the Queensland …

Pharmacist prescribing made headlines this week… with some stakeholders for, and some as usual against The Pharmacy Board revealed its position on pharmacist prescribing, saying that under Health Practitioner Regulation …

Pharmacy organisations have welcomed the new PSA CEO, signalling the important role he will have in continuing to progress partnerships with the industry The Pharmacy Guild of Australia and the …

The Pharmacy Board has revealed its position on pharmacist prescribing, and the responses to it have been wildly divergent  The release of the Pharmacy Board of Australia’s position statement on …

The PSA has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer who holds extensive government and healthcare experience, as 7CPA negotiations ramp up The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia has appointed Mark Kinsela …

Guild rejects proposal to embed pharmacists independent of community pharmacy, saying this would lead to duplication and fragmentation of care Pharmacists would be best integrated into aged care facilities through …

The PSA has announced it is delivering two new two-year projects integrating pharmacists into general practice and aged care to address healthcare in regional South Australia PSA President of South …