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9 January 2020
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia welcomes the announcement made by the Victorian Minister of Health Jenny Mikakos MP that enables Victorian pharmacists to dispense prescription-only medicines to people impacted by bushfires until 1 April 2020.The authority allows all pharmacists registered…
29 November 2019
Victorian pharmacists ready to help improve mental health systemThe Pharmacy Guild of Australia welcomes the interim report of the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System.Victorian Branch President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia Anthony Tassone said the Royal Commission…
25 October 2019
The important role of community pharmacists in mental health care has been recognised by the NSW Government through new funding to train pharmacists in regional areas to identify and assist patients with mental health issues.
24 October 2019
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia has launched a central location for community pharmacies across Australia to advertise jobs.
1 August 2019
The WA Branch of the Pharmacy Guild congratulates the Minister for Health Roger Cook on the expansion of the schedule of vaccines to be administered by community pharmacists in WA.
26 July 2019
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia congratulates community pharmacist Brad Butt on being named the Australian Patients Association’s inaugural Most Outstanding Community Pharmacist of the Year at the association’s annual awards night in Melbourne yesterday.
23 July 2019
My Health Record is currently being introduced across Australia and records have been created for all Australians, unless they chose to opt out.
16 July 2019
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia has welcomed the announcement at the weekend of the new President and Board of the National Australian Pharmacy Students' Association (NAPSA)
3 July 2019
Shadow Health Minister the Hon Chris Bowen MP will address the Pharmacy Guild of Australia’s Annual Parliamentary Dinner in September.
19 June 2019
The move by the WA Government to allow trained pharmacists to administer influenza vaccination to patients aged 10 years and over has been warmly welcomed by the Pharmacy Guild of Australia WA Branch.