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  1. Chronic Pain MedsCheck Trial extension

    2 October 2019

    The patient recruitment period for the Chronic Pain MedsCheck Trial has been extended to 30 November 2019, with patient follow up services to be completed 3 months later by 29 February 2020.

    National | Forefront

  2. Patients would save if pharmacists could do more

    2 October 2019

    The latest AIHW Health Expenditure Australia 2017-18 Report highlights that pharmacists could play a greater role in easing some of the pressure on Australia’s health system.

    National | Forefront

  3. The PBS - delivering value for consumers and taxpayers

    2 October 2019

    There’s been some very good news this week for consumers and taxpayers with significant new listings on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme making some high-cost life-saving medicines affordable for all.

    National | Forefront

  4. Giving time for carers

    2 October 2019

    Encouraging people to give time to support someone they know who is helping as an unpaid carer is the theme behind the Time Counts campaign which is being launched to coincide with National Carers Week being held form 13-19 October.

    National | Forefront

  5. Podcast: hear from our new Executive Director

    2 October 2019

    The Pharmacy Guild of Australia recently welcomed new Executive Director Suzanne Greenwood who features in the Guild’s latest podcast in which she discusses her new role and her hopes for community pharmacy.

    National | Forefront

  6. Member-proprietor only

    Chronic Pain MedsCheck Trial, new portal for pharmacy approvals

    27 September 2019

    If you are one of the approximately 1,600 pharmacies involved in the Chronic Pain MedsCheck Trial, please be aware that the recruitment deadline has been extended by two months to 30 November 2019.

    National | A Message From President

  7. Patients would save if pharmacists could do more

    25 September 2019

    Today’s AIHW Health Expenditure Australia 2017-18 Report, which coincides with the World Pharmacists Day, has confirmed that pharmacists could play a greater role in alleviating some of the pressure on Australia’s health system.

    National | Media Release

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