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Reports of mass burnout among hospital pharmacists, the leaking of a report into the Queensland UTI trial and the federal election provoked reader comments recently Overworked, understaffed and burning out: …

Missouri bill forbids pharmacists from questioning ivermectin scripts; England script price freeze; Kiwi pharmacists among allied worker strike Jefferson City, Missouri: The Kansas City Star has reported on a new …

Nearly 80% of pharmacists think their workplace is understaffed, as the sector battles to source RATs and COVID vaccines – with one stakeholder calling to delay the COVID testing protocol …

This week the headlines were all about employment conditions, including wages, as well as more COVID news Melbourne pharmacist Pardeep Singh crunched some numbers this week, finding that the choice …

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia has welcomed the Skilled Migration Program being included as part of the re-opening of the country’s borders on 1 December this year In late July, …

It’s becoming a seller’s market when it comes to pharmacy employment, with the skills shortage now hurting in metro areas… and higher pay on the way Employers are looking to …

Community pharmacy will need all hands on deck to help manage the COVID-19 crisis Speaking at the Australian Pharmacy Professional Online digital conference – which has replaced the postponed APP2020, …

Doctors are still having a go at pharmacy, health ministers have made important announcements and complaints have been under the spotlight this week… Doctors continue to take aim at pharmacy, …

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 …