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Pharmacy groups have welcomed the NSW Government’s move to allow pharmacists to vaccinate 10-year-olds Health Minister Brad Hazzard announced the move on Monday, saying that with the likely convergence of …

It’s been a busy week at the Pharmacy Guild, plus there’s been scrutiny on aged care and non-pharmacist ownership models The Fair Work Commission released documents showing that we’re now …

The monthly cap for the Home Medicines Review Program is set to increase from 20 to 30 HMRs in March The Department of Health announced the change to the cap …

Queensland is set to allow pharmacists to administer travel vaccines, but one stakeholder says it’s not enough Queensland Health has announced that trained pharmacists in the state will be able …

Protection from preventable disease is a key area of focus for the PSA’s WA branch in its pre-Budget submission In its 2020-21 Pre-Budget Submission, PSA says it has identified three …

The Federal Government needs to lift its game when it comes to planning for pandemics, say stakeholders, and pharmacy must be involved The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners is …

Decision by members to restructure the Australian College of Pharmacy as a proprietary company led by a Guild branch is declared final, as agitation continues College President Chris Owen has …

Pharmacy is a “touch point” which could be used to help social prescribing for people who feel isolated – but such assistance often remains unfunded A new report from the …

Symbion hits back at media claims of price gouging, while the Guild’s George Tambassis reminds pharmacists that the sector is under the spotlight thanks to the novel coronavirus TerryWhite Chemmart …

Pharmacists have a key role in helping manage panic and fake news about the coronavirus – despite mainstream media accusations of profiteering With stock of hand sanitiser and face masks …

Emergency protocols should allow the dispensing of full size medicine packs following disasters like the recent bushfires, say pharmacists Five strategic measures could help protect Queenslanders in difficult times such …

An Ohio law allowing pharmacists to dispense naloxone without a script saw the number of naloxone orders rise significantly… what results could we see in Australia? A new study has …