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PDL has become aware of a number of adverse events and health consequences from the popularised method of Ozempic (semaglutide) administration known as 鈥渃ounting clicks鈥 Understanding the click method 聽 …

From 1 July 2024, pharmacists in Tasmania can offer resupply of the oral contraceptive pill (OCP) without a doctor鈥檚 prescription to individuals who meet specific criteria. This service is inclusive …

From 1 June 2024, NSW pharmacists who meet certain conditions can provide treatment for UTIs to eligible patients The UTI component of the NSW Pharmacy Trial ceased on 31 May …

PDL offers some advice 鈥 and breaks down some misconceptions 鈥 about receiving a notification from the regulator When pharmacists receive regulatory notifications, a range of common misconceptions can cloud …

From 28 May 2024, pharmacists in Western Australia can supply women who meet certain criteria with a resupply of the oral contraceptive pill (OCP) without a doctor鈥檚 prescription Pharmacists who …

It鈥檚 an integral part of our professional and personal lives, but for health professionals, it also has its hazards. PDL advises on use of social media鈥 Social media has become …

From 6 May 2024, pharmacists in South Australia can provide women who meet certain criteria with a resupply of the oral contraceptive pill (OCP) without a doctor鈥檚 prescription It is …

The safety of a pharmacist鈥檚 patients should always be front of mind. Beyond a pharmacist鈥檚 clinical expertise, the culture within our healthcare settings significantly impacts patient outcomes One crucial aspect …

PDL has announced the appointment of Kylie Neville and Dr Simone Henriksen as professional officers, joining Gary West, Jess Hadley and Naomi Lim聽 Neville and Henriksen will work closely with …

For South Australian pharmacists about to start participating, there are lessons to be learned from UTI services around the country, writes PDL Beginning on 1 March 2024, South Australian pharmacists …

With the Tasmanian pilot to go live on 1 March, PDL has some advice Tasmanian pharmacists may be aware of the Tasmanian Community Pharmacy Program, scheduled to go live on …

PDL has some advice on common incidents involving the Opioid Therapy Program, following last year鈥檚 changes Pharmacists have admirably navigated the changes to the provision of the Opioid Therapy Program …