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 Student Summit provides students, interns and early career pharmacists with insights into community pharmacy careers, full scope of practise, leadership and ownership.
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The Pharmacy Guild of Australia (SA Branch) welcomes the SA Government’s decision to include Community Pharmacy in the National Immunisation Program for 2022. This will provide greater access for eligible South Australians to Commonwealth funded influenza vaccines.Read More
Held each year in February to educate Australians on ovarian cancer, and raise awareness by sharing the stories of real women affected by the disease.
This upcoming Mental Health First Aid course will teach you how to assist a co-worker or patient who may be experiencing a mental health problem or mental health crisis until appropriate professional help is received or the crisis resolves, using……
World Cancer Day is the global uniting initiative led by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC). By raising worldwide awareness, improving education and catalysing personal, collective and government action, we are all working together to reimagine a world where……
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