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14 February 2020
The Guild has just been advised by the Department of Health of two price changes coming into effect from 1 March 2020. There will be a price increase of $6.17 for Ferrosig° Injection 100mg in 2ml (Iron polymaltose complex) –…
14 February 2020
Critical Industry Update: Surgical Mask Distribution Plan for Pharmacy*Message to Pharmacies from the WA Primary Health Care Alliance*The Pharmacy Guild WA Branch has been approached by the WA Primary Health Care Alliance (WAPHA) to ensure that our WA membership is…
13 February 2020
The 14th National Student Business Plan Competition is now underway – testing the flair and entrepreneurship of students preparing for a career in community pharmacy.
12 February 2020
The Minister for Aged Care and Senior Australians, Senator Richard Colbeck, will be attending the inaugural Tasmanian Pharmacy Conference, held in Hobart on the 15th and 16th of February.
11 February 2020
Members are advised that effective from 1 March 2020, you will no longer receive payment for the collection of Health Outcomes Data for MedsCheck/Diabetes MedsCheck, DAAs and Staged Supply.
7 February 2020
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia today welcomes the renewed push by Health Minister, Greg Hunt, to achieve a national system of real time opioid prescription monitoring by the end of 2020.
27 January 2020
Please see following advice for Pharmacies from the Australian Government's Chief Medical Officer regarding the novel Coronavirus infection.
22 January 2020
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia thanks outgoing Secretary of the Department of Health Glenys Beauchamp for her service and commitment to the sector.
14 January 2020
The South Australian Branch of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia welcomes the decision of the State Government to expand the ability of pharmacists to dispense medicines without prescription to patients affected by the Kangaroo Island bushfires.
13 January 2020
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia has welcomed the extension of continued dispensing arrangements to ensure that bushfire affected patients continue to have subsidised access to Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme medicines.