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19 April 2018
The Pharmacy Guild this week lodged a submission to the Fair Work Commission (FWC) in response to a work value claim made by APESMA as part of the Four Yearly Review of Modern Awards.
2 March 2018
Member Briefing Webinar Recording Now AvailableMembers who were unable to attend the Member Briefing last month are able to view a recorded video webinar or presentation PDF on the Guild website.Members will need to log in using their myGuild login…
23 February 2018
Pharmacist Immunisers - Have You Completed Your Annual Updates?Pharmacists that have successfully completed the pharmacist immunisation training in WA are reminded of the requirement to maintain the following:HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation - refresher (If First Aid Certificate is more than…
19 February 2018
Changes to WorkSafe Victoria’s requirements for pharmacy invoices
9 February 2018
Pain MedsCheckI am delighted to advise Members of the introduction of a Pain MedsCheck trial program to be delivered through community pharmacies. The $20 million trial program is funded under the Sixth Community Pharmacy Agreement, and will provide remuneration for…
6 February 2018
Important update on codeine including answers to some frequently asked questions from members
2 February 2018
February & March Immunisation Training Dates AvailableSecure Your Place - Register Now
12 January 2018
The increased media focus on the upscheduling of codeine products has resulted in greater public awareness of the impending changes to the access of these medicines.
8 January 2018
The Guild has now received confirmed price changes for 1 February 2018 from the Government.Early access to pricing information is a Guild member benefit.Please note that the Government provides this information under embargo to the Guild to analyse and distribute…
8 January 2018
MedsASSIST – the real time recording system developed by the Pharmacy Guild of Australia to help reduce the misuse of over-the-counter combination analgesic medicines containing codeine – will be discontinued nationally from the night of 31 January 2018.