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Pharmacists should be “fully remunerated” for delivery of their self care services, says FIP The International Pharmaceutical Federation’s Council has adopted a new statement of policy during its annual conference, …

PSA president Dr Shane Jackson has called for a “much stronger” 7CPA to ensure better pay for pharmacists Last week the union for employee pharmacists released its latest remuneration report, …

New data shows that pharmacists are among the lowest-paid workers in Australia – and pay may be going backwards The recently released Community Pharmacists’ Employment and Remuneration Report has revealed …

The King Review has been “hijacked” by ideology and economic theorising, the Pharmacy Guild says In its formal response to the Interim Report on the Review of Pharmacy Remuneration and …

This week’s contributor wanted to remain anonymous: here, our Guest Author asks whether the Clinical Intervention scheme should exist in its current form at all A brief overview Let’s begin …

Most pharmacists don’t believe they should ever be able to discount PBS-subsidised medicines, a King Review report has found This week, the Review of Pharmacy Remuneration and Regulation released four …

The Guild says it is still very concerned about the “true intentions” of the King Review Pharmacy Guild executive director David Quilty has written in Forefront that one measure put …

Several options in the King Review Interim Report, if ever implemented, could put community pharmacy at risk, says the Guild The Guild says that from the time of the Review’s …

PSA national president Joe Demarte is set to discuss the implications of the Pharmacy Remuneration and Reform Review  February 2017 is an important month for PSA as the Remuneration and …

A Fairfax article detailing the Pharmacy Guild’s efforts to solve the risk share funding dispute with the Turnbull Government has had stakeholders talking on the weekend. “The country’s powerful pharmacy …

The Guild has welcomed the Prime Minister’s announcement that remuneration for dispensing medicines under the Remote Area Aboriginal Health Service Program will be adjusted to be equivalent to the PBS …

The federal government is confident agreement will be reached with pharmacists over risk sharing arrangements, the Prime Minister believes. Speaking in Canberra last night at the Pharmacy Guild’s annual Parliament …