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Forefront is a fortnightly e-newsletter from the Pharmacy Guild of Australia.

Subscription to Forefront is free and – while content is produced with Guild members in mind as the primary audience – open to anyone interested in news and current events relating to community pharmacy in Australia.

Just as community pharmacists are at the forefront of primary health care in the Australian community, Forefront aims to provide up-to-date, relevant and valuable content to subscribers.

Subscribers will receive regular (typically fortnightly) email summaries that link to more in-depth content on the Guild website. These summaries aim to provide a quick and convenient snapshot of news, which provides value to the reader even if they do not have time to view the expanded content.

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  1. Precision medicine way of the future

    17 October 2018

    A report from Australia’s Chief Scientist which concluded that the future of healthcare will be increasingly focussed on patients’ unique personal needs aligns closely with the findings of research undertaken as part of the Pharmacy Guild’s Community Pharmacy 2025 (CP2025)…

    National | Forefront | Innovation, Leadership

  2. CP2025 Champion of Digital Transformation

    17 October 2018

    Adopting the benefits and opportunities presented by digital transformation can greatly increase the interaction community pharmacists have with their patients.

    National | Forefront | Innovation, Leadership

  3. Making time to secure your future

    19 September 2018

    We can all fall into the trap of being so busy with our everyday work that we fail to pay sufficient attention to planning for the future.

    National | Forefront | Innovation, Leadership

  4. Patients seek more health services from community pharmacy

    19 September 2018

    New market research delivered by ORIMA Research for CP2025 shows patients want pharmacy-led services delivered in-home and more health services delivered in pharmacies.

    National | Forefront | Innovation, Leadership

  5. The Nine Pathways

    19 September 2018

    A key component of the CP2025 project has been the identification of nine growth pathways which were developed after extensive market research, stakeholder consultation and international research, aligned with the needs and preferences of patients.

    National | Forefront | Innovation, Leadership

  6. Champion of Collaboration and Partnerships Pathway

    19 September 2018

    Of all the pathways identified in the CP2025 project, the Collaboration and Partnerships pathway is one where pharmacists need to be extremely proactive and also aware of the communities they serve.

    National | Forefront | Innovation, Leadership

  7. Victoria’s real-time monitoring to start next month

    5 September 2018

    Victoria’s real-time prescription monitoring system will begin in the Western Victoria Primary Health Network catchment next month before rolling out across the State early next year.

    National | Forefront | Innovation, Advocacy

  8. My Health Record opt-out period extended

    22 August 2018

    The opt-out period for having a My Health Record has been extended until 15 November this year.

    National | Forefront | Business Administration, Innovation

  9. National Student Business Plan finalists

    22 August 2018

    Three finalist teams have been announced in the Pharmacy Guild of Australia’s 2018 National Student Business Plan Competition.

    National | Forefront | Innovation, Leadership

  10. Good reasons to support My Health Record

    25 July 2018

    There is a good reason why virtually every major peak health body supports the ‘opt out’ My Health Record. They realise that it will provide health practitioners with significantly enhanced access to the information they need to treat their patients…

    National | Forefront | Training, Business Administration, Innovation

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