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1 December 2017
WA Pharmacy Ownership Review - Time is Running Out to RespondThe Ownership Review will support ownership in the hands of the profession and recognition of the importance of community pharmacy as part of the WA Health System.We realise that you…
13 November 2017
One in five Australians live with ongoing pain but less than 10% of people experiencing ongoing pain have access to care , according to the latest research.
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…
4 September 2017
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia and the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia have welcomed the Federal Government’s decision to provide funding for training and communications to support pharmacists around the upscheduling of pain relief medicines containing codeine leading up to 1…
30 August 2017
Guild Learning and Development has announced a new course focusing on the role pharmacists have in providing HIV patients and other healthcare providers with advice on medication management and general health maintenance.
28 August 2017
Tobacco smoking, according to the World Health Organisation, accounts for the highest burden of disease of any modifiable risk factor.
16 August 2017
Community pharmacies around Australia are putting patients first by voluntarily implementing MedsASSIST – a real time recording and monitoring system for the sale of over-the-counter medicines containing codeine.
16 August 2017
The Therapeutic Goods Administration has introduced improvements to help bring Australian medicine labels up to date and align them with international best practice.
14 August 2017
The Pharmacy Guild will continue to participate in the TGA codeine working group.
4 August 2017
The Guild is continuing to work on the issue of the February upscheduling of codeine as a top priority.