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  1. Guild provides suicide prevention education and training to regional pharmacies and communities

    12 November 2019

    The Pharmacy Guild of Australia, Queensland Branch has received funding from the Central Queensland, Wide Bay, Sunshine Coast Primary Health Network (PHN) to conduct early suicide prevention training to both community pharmacy staff and members of the public.

    QLD | Media Release | Training, Community Engagement

  2. Network & Grow - 14th November

    1 November 2019

    Leading Successful Pharmacy Teams The key elements to successful teamwork are trust, communication and effective leadership; a focus on common goals with a collective responsibility for success. Michelle Fortanier, our Business Development Manager will go over the skills required to…

    VIC | Branch News | Training, Business Administration, Marketing, Community Engagement, Innovation, Leadership

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    Plastic Bag Ban - 1 Nov

    29 October 2019

    Lightweight, single use plastic bags below 35µm will be banned in Victoria from November 1.For many pharmacies in Victoria, this legislation will mean the need to transition from what will be a non-compliant plastic check-out bag, to one that meets…

    VIC | Branch News | Business Administration, Marketing, Community Engagement

  4. Victorian pharmacists able to protect more people against the Flu

    10 October 2019

    The Victorian Branch of the Pharmacy Guild welcomes the announcement today by the Victorian Minister for Health, Jenny Mikakos that will see children as young as ten years of age be able to receive their annual vaccination against the flu…

    VIC | Media Release | Community Engagement, Advocacy, Clinical

  5. Qld rural pharmacist’s global search for innovation

    12 September 2019

    Queensland community pharmacy owner Lucy Walker will depart next week on a 7 week round the world Churchill Fellowship investigating innovations to benefit her patients in Goondiwindi and further afield.

    QLD | Media Release | Community Engagement, Advocacy

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