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In this special episode of Pharmacy & Me, hosts Peter Guthrey and Hannah Knowles get to the heart of the issue, speaking with Ienaam and pharmacy owner Caroline Diamantis MPS about what needs to change when it comes to remuneration.
With the federal election fast approaching, Australian Pharmacist looks at what pharmacists need to know before stepping into the polling booth.
Pharmacists across the country are inviting politicians into their pharmacies to discuss the challenges facing the profession – and to help generate change.
National glory, improved pharmacy services, industry connections and a recruitment boost are just some of the perks of winning PSA’s Shark Tank competition.
Pharmacist Judy Williams is a vital member of her community, providing important health services to a population of 26,000 people in a remote Australian town. She hasn’t had a pay rise in over a decade.
Opium has a bad reputation, despite thousands of years of rave reviews.
From COVID-19 to influenza, pharmacists help to protect millions of Australians through vaccination services. But a lack of funding and access could have ‘dire consequences’ for the nation.
Whether pitching collaboration ideas, PHN tenders or talking to politicians, all pharmacists must master the art of advocating for their own practice.
PSA is pushing to improve pharmacists’ remuneration to recognise their work in caring for the community – and ensuring that pharmacists receive the same pay for the same work as other healthcare practitioners, including for the administration of vaccines.
Caleb Stuetz MPS discusses the extraordinary lengths pharmacists go to in order to ensure equitable vaccine access.