2018 Guild Member Briefings

The Guild will conduct briefings for Members across Australia between September to November 2018.

Benefits of membership

As a member of the Guild, you not only gain access to important benefits and services from the industry experts, you’re also helping to maintain the future of community pharmacy in Australia.

Link to Training

Training

Find out about new and upcoming courses from the Guild

Link to RESOURCES

RESOURCES

Download our latest resources to help your pharmacy today.

Link to PBS Updates

PBS Updates

Members can access the latest PBS Price Changes and Variations

Community Pharmacy 2025

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia is undertaking a major strategic planning project to help secure the future of community pharmacy to 2025 and beyond. 

Latest news from the Guild blog

12 October, 2018

QCPP in Practice: Pharmacist-Administered Vaccinations

Pharmacist-administered vaccination is one of the many ways community pharmacy improves public health and is a growing and continually evolving service. Most recently, approved community pharmacies in Tasmania can now...

13.11.18

Women’s Health: Contraception and Menopause

The Family Planning Association of NSW is the state’s leading provider of reproductive and sexual

Latest news

Pharmacy Guild welcomes Federal Government intervention on casual employment

18 October 2018

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia welcomes the Federal Government’s intervention in a legal case to provide certainty that small businesses will not be potentially liable for unsustainable back pay claims that would effectively result in them paying twice for annual……

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Nationally consistent approach to pharmacist administered vaccination

15 October 2018

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia welcomes today’s statement by the Federal, State and Territory Health Ministers that a nationally consistent approach to pharmacist administered vaccination is desirable.

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Anthony's Desk 12 October 2018

12 October 2018

The Victorian Government is expanding its existing pharmacist immuniser program to include the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine, and lowering the age of access to 16 years. These changes will take effect on 22 October 2018.

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