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The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia has welcomed the announcement today that the Australian Government and the Pharmacy Guild of Australia have signed the Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement. National President of …

The AMA’s fears that extending the scope of pharmacy professional services would result in ‘fragmentation of patient care’ is unfounded, says PSA national president Grant Kardachi – and airing their …

Applications for the PSA and Aspen Pharmacare Australia Innovation Grants, recognising and celebrating innovation in pharmacy through sustainable business practices, close in two weeks. The new grants seek to identify …

University of Canberra pharmacy student Ashlei Mornement has been named as the ACT Pharmacy Student of the Year. Mornement, a Master of Pharmacy student (final year), will now go on …

Curtin University pharmacy student Shanae Hancey has been named as the West Australian Pharmacy Student of the Year. The announcement was made during the recent WA Annual Seminar. Ms Hancey, …

University of New England pharmacy student Brighid Carey has been named the NSW Pharmacy Student of the Year and will now go on to compete against winners from all States …

A panel discussion at PSA15 will for the first time bring together representatives of leading pharmacy organisations to engage in a robust debate on the future of pharmacist practice in …

The PSA has welcomed the signing of a letter of intent between the Australian Government and the Pharmacy Guild agreeing on the broad parameters of the Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement, …

The 2015 Budget held no surprises, with many of the significant budget measures having been leaked days or even weeks ago, says the PSA. But PSA says the elephant in …

PSA has welcomed a commitment reported in The Australian on May 11 to double the amount of funding for pharmacist programs and professional services in the Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement …

A significant number of medicines have the potential to pose a health and safety risk as a result of unintended exposure when people other than the patient – such as …

The PSA has welcomed Victorian Government funding initiatives to improve access to pharmacist services and to progress the implementation of real time reporting to help reduce inappropriate use of some …