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Is there room for more opportunity for women in pharmacy? AJP spoke with leaders from across the profession Today is International Women’s Day (IWD), a day to celebrate the achievements …

Half the people on antipsychotics in residential aged care do not have a diagnosis of psychosis, new research has shown The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia is renewing its call for …

Pharmacists came to the fore as heroes this week, getting medicines to their patients under trying circumstances As the east coast suffered severe flooding thanks to heavy rain and storms, …

Pharmacists are advising the public on how to continue accessing their medicines, despite the rain event punishing the east coast The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia has issued a statement saying …

All eyes were on Queensland this week, as the war heated up between pharmacists keen on full scope of practice and other health groups The Pharmacy Guild‘s Queensland branch accused …

Canberra’s new prescription monitoring system will help address an “unnerving” problem, say pharmacists The ACT Government has announced the launch of Canberra Script, a real time prescription monitoring system which …

Pharmacists have welcomed the TGA’s provisional approval of the Moderna vaccine for children aged six and up – but are calling for an end to the “insulting” pay gap Health …

February 1947: there’s moves afoot to form a federal council of state pharmaceutical societies. But will anything happen? There was a push on to form a federal body to unify …

Another busy week in community pharmacy, with a focus on pay and workloads, as well as personal protective equipment PPA released the results of a new survey on the impact …

Ahead of WA’s hard border reopening, pharmacists are worried about accessing personal protective equipment The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia’s WA Branch is calling for better support for the WA Primary …

Failure to fairly remunerate pharmacists may lead to a mass exodus, warns pharmacy group in calling on the Federal Government for MBS payments nearing $40 per vax The workforce is …

“Timely, equitable and reliable” access to medicines a top priority in refreshed medicines policy, but alternative models to community pharmacy dispensing not addressed Pharmacy groups have seen some of their …