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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 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 …

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, …

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 …

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 …

Real time monitoring could drive people with prescription drug addictions to heroin, say substance abuse stakeholders Late last week Painaustralia, the Faculty of Pain Medicine …

Pain groups have questioned the upcoming implementation of the national real time prescription monitoring system, saying it puts the “cart before the horse” But the …

The Department of Health has appointed the Fred IT Group to lead the national real time monitoring system The appointment follows an open tender for …

Australia’s first comprehensive real-time monitoring system, SafeScript, is going live this week Victoria’s Minister for Health, Jill Hennessy, and clinicians from Ballarat Health Services announced …

The Chief Pharmacist of Tasmania says doctors are failing to recognise the risks of psychoactive drugs, and calls for pharmacists to be better utilised The …

As Australia’s pharmacists meet for Sydney’s Pharmacy Connect, it’s been a busy week in pharmacy around the world… The long-awaited Chronic Pain MedsCheck trial is …

The USA considers real-time opioid monitoring; Lloydspharmacy employees demanded to pay bonuses back; Indian pharmacist attacked after patient death Washington, USA: New legislation that would …