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Pharmacy students from La Trobe University in Bendigo will be the first in Victoria – and among only a few in the country – to learn how to immunise patients …

AMA head calls on film festival director to pull screening in Victoria in the interest of public health Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe, directed by discredited former gastroenterologist and medical …

A majority of doctors believe pharmacists should not be permitted to administer vaccinations, if a poll currently open on the MJA’s InSight website is to be believed At the time …

Pharmacists could potentially vaccinate one in eight people in the world, new data suggest At least 940 million people live in countries where over 193,000 community pharmacies can potentially offer …

Protect vulnerable people as flu cases rise: NSW Health People with flu symptoms have been warned to stay away from aged care facilities and vulnerable groups following a spike in …

GSK’s relatively new vaccine for meningococcal B is in low supply across the country due to its unexpected popularity worldwide Bexsero is the only vaccine for meningococcal B currently registered …

Pharmacy needs to remove roadblocks such as the schedule of some medicines in order to pave the way for Terry White member success, says the group’s CEO, Anthony White. Funding …

Evidence is growing in support of a two- instead of three-dose HPV vaccination regimen in Australia This evidence is currently being reviewed by the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation …

With pharmacist influenza vaccination here to stay, pharmacy’s role in battling flu is only going to grow. In April 2016, pharmacist vaccinations became available in Queensland permanently, and less than …

A new quadrivalent vaccine will replace Fluvax, Sequiris’ trivalent vaccine for the 2017 flu season. “It is generally accepted that QIV is becoming the preferred seasonal vaccine, as was the …

Pharmacists are not “cannibalising” doctor’s provision of vaccine service, say QPIP trial leader Professor Lisa Nissen Prof Nissen presented evidence at the PSA conference on Saturday 30 July regarding the …

An additional 5,700 children who would not otherwise have been vaccinated have been given their jabs this year as a result of the Government’s “no jab, no pay” policy, it …