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Pharmacy and medical groups have hailed legislation to introduce real time monitoring in QLD, although some have expressed concerns over potential patient backlash Queensland Minister for Health Steven Miles has …

It’s been a busy week in community pharmacy, with renewed conflict with GPs and more calls for real time monitoring and a national vaccination approach GPs continue to oppose pharmacy …

PSA has called on the NSW Government to do more to allow pharmacists to improve the state’s health care system – and again, for real time monitoring In welcoming the …

A coroner has recommended making the ACT’s DORA system mandatory for all prescribers and pharmacists, after the death of a woman from multi-drug toxicity Forty-eight-year-old Lauren Maree Johnstone died in …

Queensland Health has announced a commitment to introduce real-time prescription monitoring, in a move welcomed by the Guild’s state branch Legislation introduced into Queensland Parliament establishes the ability for the …

Why are some jurisdictions dragging their feet on real-time monitoring? asks Angelo Pricolo As Victoria powers ahead with the Australia’s first automated Real-Time Prescription Monitoring (RTPM) system, the elephant in …

The ACT’s real time monitoring system has been hailed as a time-saver, as Victoria rolls its own system out statewide… and other jurisdictions are urged to follow The Territory’s new …

NSW “desperately” needs a real-time monitoring tool, according to a leading GP Professor Charlotte Hespe, Chair of RACGP NSW and ACT, has told newsGP that the need for such a …

The Guild’s Anthony Tassone has called on stakeholders to stop using loaded terms like “doctor shopping” in an update on Victoria’s real time monitoring system “The term ‘doctor shopper’ is …

SafeScript is already saving lives, says the Victorian Government, while the Victorian Guild calls for urgent action in other jurisdictions SafeScript, Victoria’s real-time monitoring system, went live in Western Victoria …

More hospitalisations are caused by side effects of intended use of licit opioids, than from illicit use or misuse Harms highlighted in a new report underline the pressing need for …

It’s been an action-packed week in community pharmacy… A pub with no beer is bad enough, but this week we also took a look at the town with no medicines… …