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  1. Upskilling and studying - Pharmacy Assistant of the Year

    20 May 2019

    By Alice Vanderpol, 2018 Pharmacy Assistant of the Year.The S word…Some people (like me) have an appetite for study; the more knowledge and information we absorb, the happier we are. On the other hand, some people quiver at their knees…

    National | Blog Post | Training, Leadership

  2. Consult rooms are plentiful in Forbes

    23 January 2019

    Confidence in the future of community pharmacy is major theme behind much of the work undertaken by Flannery’s Pharmacy in Forbes, NSW.This confidence is reflected in a major refurbishment of the pharmacy which has seen it consolidate its role as…

    National | Blog Post | Business Administration, Community Engagement, Leadership, Advocacy

  3. Confidence is key in the Emerald city

    23 January 2019

    Community pharmacists need to be more confident of themselves and the knowledge and skills they possess to help patients and customers.This is the view of Jessica Burrey, proprietor of Emerald Plaza Pharmacy, Queensland, who says that while the profession has…

    National | Blog Post | Community Engagement, Innovation, Leadership, Advocacy

  4. IPSF Student Exchange Programme (SEP) Host Guidelines for Community Pharmacy

    18 January 2019

    In all countries, community pharmacy placements are an integral component of the pharmacy curriculum as it provides opportunities for students to experience authentic practice, and to develop their knowledge and skills through engagement with their environment (Egan & Jaye, 2009),…

    National, QLD | Blog Post | Training

  5. QCPP in Practice: Pharmacist-Administered Vaccinations

    12 October 2018

    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 vaccinate children 10 years and over with the ACWY strain…

    WA | Training News | Training

  6. FPP Blog: Issue 50: The DAA Dilemma That Could Be Costing You More Than $100,000

    18 September 2018

    As we all know, Dosage Administration Aids (DAA’s) are an invaluable tool in medication management and should be embraced in modern pharmacy practice.

    WA | Blog Post | Training, Business Administration, Innovation

  7. Collaboration with a side of lunch

    18 April 2018

    Regular communication between pharmacists and pharmacy staff with other health professionals over informal lunches has resulted in a much better understanding of each other’s needs and the work they do for patients.

    National, WA | Blog Post | Business Administration, Advocacy

  8. Responding to the local needs at Southcity

    3 April 2018

    The development of a unique COPD screening program tailored for residents in the Wagga Wagga area of NSW has resulted in higher-than-average referral rates to GPs from the initiative.

    National | Blog Post | Business Administration, Advocacy

  9. Patient engagement key to success

    20 March 2018

    A focus on engagement between pharmacists and patients has helped to boost business in the remodelled and refocussed Christies Guild TerryWhite Chemmart at Christies Beach in SA.

    National | Blog Post | Business Administration, Advocacy

  10. Wellbeing ecosystem drives services

    7 March 2018

    Taking an unusual approach to innovation in pharmacy has paid off for Priceline Pharmacy Wetherill Park in NSW.

    National | Blog Post | Business Administration, Advocacy

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