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Pharmacies providing treatment for common skin conditions as part of the NSW scope of practice trial will be eligible for 鈥渙ne-off practice allowance鈥澛 NSW Health will provide pharmacies participating in …

Community pharmacists say e-prescribing is convenient and easy to use 鈥 but managing patient expectations on dispensing time can be a barrier Community pharmacists and pharmacy technicians across the world …

A new pharmacy with a demographic of busy, time-poor patients has found a novel solution to providing them with their medicines A new Terry White Chemmart in the commuter suburb …

US cyber attack impacts pharmacies; NZ dispensing error saw loratadine laced with haloperidol; UK pharmacists burning out New Zealand: The Health and Disability Commissioner has found a pharmacy breached the …

UK PM announces Pharmacy First scheme, Alberta expands pharmacy care clinics; dispenser sentenced after temazepam theft; ChatGPT reveals pharmacy app talk England: UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has announced the …

A group of WA health stakeholders are set to evaluate an antimicrobial stewardship decision support tool The tool, Antimicrobial Pathways (AMPs), will be evaluated by a collaboration between the Digital …

They can be in insecure locations, they鈥檙e prone to user error and there鈥檚 the possibility of image degradation and interception 鈥 so why is this obsolescent technology 鈥渟till going strong鈥? …

If you missed any news this week thanks to the nationwide Optus outage, here’s a roundup of the headlines CAPS remains undaunted, calling for change on a number of issues …

Optus鈥 countrywide outage is impacting pharmacy services across the country A spokesperson for the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia has confirmed that the organisation has heard of a lot of disruptions …

The ACT鈥檚 consolidation of pharmacy inventory management systems have been attacked as a 鈥榙ebacle鈥 by the Canberra Liberals Health minister Rachel Stephen-Smith鈥檚 office has responded to criticism by the Canberra …

A new digital health project is set to target the dosage and failures of prescription drugs used by patients after hospital discharge The $2.9m AutoMedic project is being led by …

Fred IT Group has been awarded the contract to deliver the next phase of the national electronic prescription delivery service for the Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care …