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19 December 2017
Interview with Executive Director David Quilty on 3AW Breakfast Radio about the problem of abuse and misuse of pharmaceutical drugs.
3 November 2017
The Guild is actively lobbying Health Minister Hunt to address the issue of direct supply by manufacturers by advocating that all PBS medicines be made available to pharmacies through the full line wholesalers.
31 October 2017
The Victorian Branch of the Pharmacy Guild strongly commends the Premier Daniel Andrews and the Minister for Mental Health Martin Foley for their commitment to the health and safety of the community by delivering an initial two year trial of…
24 October 2017
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia completely rejects the ill-informed recommendations of the Productivity Commission in relation to community pharmacy, which would see the dumbing down of a revered health profession and inferior care for patients.
20 October 2017
Community Pharmacy 2025 Strategic Adviser appointed; Guild and PSA collaborate on codeine training and materials; real time recording in Victoria; Location Rules legislation in Federal Parliament.
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.
11 October 2017
The Prime Minister, the Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP, and the Leader of the Opposition, the Hon Bill Shorten MP, will be the keynote speakers at the Pharmacy Guild’s Annual Parliamentary Dinner at the Great Hall of Parliament House on 28…
11 October 2017
The number of confirmed cases of the flu this season has now topped 199,500 according to the Immunisation Coalition, and this figure continues to rise as the season extends beyond its usual length.
9 October 2017
The Australian Electoral Commission has declared the results from the second round of elections for the Victorian Branch of the Guild.
6 October 2017
When we put our solution to the politicians they think it makes sense, particularly when we explain how up-scheduling alone will mean a loss of convenience and higher costs for patients, as well as the clogging up of GP practices…