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23 January 2019
The National Australia Bank sees community pharmacies increasingly transforming into health hubs which build on the trust and respect they have as community health practitioners.
19 March 2018
Rural and remote pharmacies across Australia are being given the opportunity to showcase why they love working in these areas through a video competition.
5 January 2018
Following the series of successful Member briefings conducted in 2017, the Guild will again conduct briefings for Members across Australia in late January and through February 2018.Members are also advised that MedsASSIST - the real-time recording system developed by the…
13 October 2017
This week the Federal Court upheld the Fair Work Commission’s penalty rates decision, rejecting an appeal by the unions United Voice and SDA.
27 September 2017
When it's time to recruit a new staff member, it is vital that sufficient time is devoted to the selection process.Ensuring that the next person hired in a community pharmacy is a real asset to the team is a topic…
22 September 2017
The Guild reminds members that they are not obliged or required to provide the information requested by the PPA, and should not feel pressured into providing the information unless willing to do so.
13 September 2017
The Pharmacy Guild has developed a Vaccination Service Business Support Guide and Workbook to provide pharmacy owners with information on how to implement a vaccination service within their pharmacy to ensure they are providing a quality and consistent service.
8 September 2017
The Guild was well represented at the Nationals conference in Canberra. Members are also advised that the voting period for Stage 2 of the Guild elections has been extended.
7 June 2017
Community pharmacy’s Quality Care Pharmacy Program has been updated and revised to meet the changing business and practice environment of community pharmacies.
26 May 2017
Following intervention by the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, Kate Carnell, and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), the big four banks are taking action to protect small businesses from unfair terms in loan contracts.