The Pharmacy Guild of Australia, Queensland Branch provides support and guidance on professional health services and pharmacy business operations via a number of key areas:
The Business Support team are experienced pharmacists and pharmacy managers who can assist with all aspects of your pharmacy from Quality Care compliance through to professional service implementation and Community Pharmacy Agreement funding.
Guidelines and resources on implementing a pharmacist-led vaccination service in a community pharmacy.
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This program offers a flexible, cost effective solution for employers (e.g. government departments, private organisations, etc.) to allow their staff to be vaccinated at a time, date and location most convenient to them.
This pilot will allow trained community pharmacist to provide appropriate treatment to women with uncomplicated UTIs.
This program aims to reduce the incidence of blood-borne viruses and injecting related injuries and disease. The program supplies sterile injecting equipment to injecting drug users with the aim of ensuring users do not share needles, thus reducing the spread of blood-borne viruses within the wider community.
The Medicines and Poisons Act 2019 (MPA) and Therapeutic Goods Act 2019 (TG Act) and the supporting regulations, Medicines and Poisons (Medicines) Regulation 2021 come into effect from 27 September 2021.