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Will pharmacists be looking outside the CPA for remuneration and funding opportunities? This is exactly what the PSA is calling for There is a strong …

There is a “very, very big gap in the payment model” for professional pharmacy services, says Trent Twomey Mr Twomey, Pharmacy Guild Queensland branch president, …

“The majority of owners want to pay their staff more”: What are the Guild’s objectives for the 7th Community Pharmacy Agreement? What do rank and …

Pharmacists need freedom to operate professionally without pressure, says FIP’s outgoing president Dr Carmen Peña, President of the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP), said in opening …

Government funding essential if pharmacy COPD screening is to be sustainable, as fears remain over charging patients   While a number of clinical trials have revealed …

The Guild is advocating to address issues facing rural pharmacy, such as one-size-fits-all remuneration Writing in Pharmacy Guild newsletter Forefront, executive director David Quilty has …

As we pass the halfway mark in the life of the Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement, we look at how it’s worked for pharmacy. By Chris …

With the end of PSA18 and controversy continuing around My Health Record, it’s been a busy week in the world of pharmacy The PSA18 conference …

Urgent change is needed across the profession, says Dr Shane Jackson, with remuneration the “biggest issue” PSA has revised its 10-year plan, releasing a new …

Remuneration models, MedsChecks and CMI provision are on the Department’s agenda in the lead-up to the 7CPA, Senate hearing reveals Department of Health bureaucrats have …

Pharmacists’ remuneration should reflect their training and expertise, says pharmacist and MP Emma McBride Pharmacists are highly trained, capable people and their remuneration needs to …

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