Latest media releases and news in relation to the COVID-19 from the Guild.
This competition aims to seek out highly motivated, innovative and adaptable pharmacy businesses that never sit still and strive to provide more health care in even more ways.
The NSBPC is designed to promote creative entrepreneurship among pharmacy students and encourage the development of viable, innovative, pharmacist-owned community pharmacies.
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HLTAID009 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and HLTAID011 Provide First Aid training courses outline the knowledge and skills necessary to perform first aid response, life support and management of casualty(s), the incident and other first aiders until the arrival of medical or……
Help protect your pharmacy from theft with practical advice and tips from the WA Police Force on Crime Prevention, Armed Robbery, Personal Safety and General Awareness.This webinar will be conducted by Sgt Ian Stewart APM, Perth District Community Engagement Coordinator.REGISTER…
Presented by Pharmacy Business Consultant and Adjunct Professor of Pharmacy Management at QUT, Bruce Annabel, this workshop and webinar will discuss the rationale of merchandise carried including removing/reducing stuff that spreads, suffocating the good lines that we should be encouraging/growing……
The Active Script List (ASL) is a consolidated list of a patient’s current prescriptions which allows them to be more easily managed. Pharmacists are able to register and view a patient’s ASL and subsequently dispense medications at the patient request.The……Read More
Advertising Guidelines and the National LawWith the recent changes to advertising a regulated health service, it’s a great time to review what can and can’t be done when advertising for the Pharmacy.Read More
The Active Script List (ASL) is a consolidated list of a patient’s current medications which allows them to be more easily managed. Pharmacists are able to register and view a patient’s ASL and subsequently dispense medications at the patient request.……Read More