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How can pharmacy find its ‘Picasso moment’ and break through its constraints to find a pathway that benefits patients, pharmacists and pharmacies? In the 1960s and the 1970s, The Beatles …

A pandemic can bring the upheaval that tips a crisis into a revolution. Bruce Annabel and Mal Scrymgeour discuss whether this is the future for community pharmacy Quite without any …

Proper remuneration and representation is essential for pharmacists to work at their full scope of practice, says Emma McBride Speaking to AJP at APP2021, Emma McBride, pharmacist and MP said …

A new report has laid bare the anger and frustration that many pharmacists are feeling about their pay and conditions. How can the profession respond? In March 2021, the union …

AJP readers have reacted strongly to our recent story on pharmacists planning to quit the profession Our recent story ‘More pharmacists planning to quit‘ has attracted a large number of …

One pharmacy stakeholder group has issued a policy statement on moving towards a sustainable remuneration model for professional services “A common concern among pharmacy associations worldwide is the long-term financial …

Is the 7CPA merely a case of community pharmacy retaining the ‘status quo’? Or does it offer the opportunity for a broader future? Bruce Annabel and Mal Scrymgeour investigate Portuguese …

As doctors call for telehealth provisions to become permanent, pharmacy stakeholders have some concerns: remuneration for pharmacies, and whether takeup is being quantified The Australian Medical Association says that Australian …

Pharmacies around the world are implementing strategies which are benefiting health enormously, says an award-winning pharmacist Lucy Walker, owner of the Terry White Chemmart Goondiwindi in rural Queensland (which was …

New Australian research has examined how community pharmacists can help with several minor ailments The research was a collaborative partnership with Western Sydney Primary Health Network, the PSA and the …

Australia can wave goodbye to any expansion of pharmacy services unless the falling remuneration from PBS prescriptions is addressed, award-winning pharmacist tells politicians Speaking after being honoured for his service …

Call for Federal, State and Territory governments to work together to promote pharmacists’ role, and ‘nurture’ the 5700-strong community pharmacy network The PBS is a strong system of universal access …