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Canadian pharmacists call for codeine restrictions; barriers to Indian online pharmacist to be lowered; unsociable hours affect recruitment in UK Saskatchewan, Canada: Pharmacists in Canada are calling for stronger restrictions …

What happened to the Boots closed during the Novichok poisoning; Americans can’t afford to fill scripts; Uganda crying out for pharmacists Amesbury, UK: The area manager of the Boots which …

Pharmacists working in the ACT’s public hospital system have secured a win for their pay and conditions Last month Professionals Australia ACT director Dale Beasley told the AJP that a …

Industrial Relations Minister Kelly O’Dwyer has decided to intervene in a court case which will have significant implications for casual workers and their employers The move centred around a Federal …

Pharmacy worker stole to feed child; NZ study to examine script cost barrier to health; inadequate staffing becoming a “live issue” in the UK Middlesbrough, UK: A woman who had …

Pharmacists are the worst culprits when it comes to working while sick, new data suggests A study published in the American Journal of Infection Control showed that more than 40% …

What life is like as a pharmacist working in this built-into-the-earth town Coober Pedy is an outback opal mining town in northern South Australia, where the desert climate has temperatures …

High rents, high wages, PBS reform and a tough retail market aren’t doing pharmacy any favours, writes Mark Churchill The speed at which the most recent PBS reforms have been …

Victoria’s cut to regional payroll tax will assist jobs and growth, Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Kate Carnell says Victorian Treasurer, Tim Pallas, announced the payroll tax cut …

Difficulty getting staff is the biggest challenge facing pharmacists outside the major cities, an AJP poll has revealed We asked rural, regional and remote pharmacists to tell us what their …

UK pharmacists struggle with understaffing; pharmacy security guard arrested for sexual abuse; NZ remains “open” to the concept of funding tampons UK: The union for UK pharmacists says it has …

The Coalition Government has announced it will scrap the controversial 457 visa program in favour of a new “better targeted” approach Hospital pharmacists (ANZSCO: 251511), industrial pharmacists (251512) and retail …