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Barely a quarter of QCPP accredited pharmacies have suitable consult space, Guild data reveals. Speaking at APP2016 today Pam Price, group executive Pharmacy Transformation at the Pharmacy Guild of Australia …

The PSA and the Pharmacy Guild of Australia have been working with the Victorian Government and local health authorities to progress a pharmacist-administered vaccination program, the two groups said in …

Community pharmacy is becoming a vital vaccination provider, says Samantha Kourtis, proprietor of the award-winning Charnwood Capital Chemist, in welcoming the news that Canberran pharmacists will be able to offer flu …

The Northern Hemisphere flu season is highlighting the importance of Australians receiving the quadrivalent vaccine as the best possible protection against the 2016 flu season, says The Terry White Group. …

ACT community pharmacists have been given the green light to administer flu vaccinations to their patients in time for the upcoming flu season. The President of the Pharmacy Guild of …

Australia has recorded improvements in the percentages of children fully immunised in some local areas in 2014–15, the NHPA has revealed, but there are still several areas where rates remain …

The first pharmacists have undergone immunisation training in Tasmania to enable them to provide vaccinations for the coming flu season, the PSA says. The Tasmanian Government last week reformed health …

A decision to allow trained pharmacists in Tasmania to administer influenza vaccines to adults has been welcomed by the PSA. Under changes to Tasmanian health regulations announced yesterday, trained pharmacists …

Pharmacists in community pharmacies across Tasmania will now be able to administer the flu shot to their customers. The President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia Tasmanian Branch John Dowling, …

Pharmacy flu vaccination services complement services GP services and can help vaccinate more at-risk patients, according to a new UK research report. The report, appearing in the International Journal of …

GPs are significantly overestimating the proportion of elderly patients they vaccinate against pneumococcal pneumonia, new research has found. The findings reveal one in four GPs report vaccinating at least 75% …

Senior health and medical researchers at the University of Wollongong have united to urge all parents to ensure their children are fully immunised. Researchers across the University say they want …