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After more than 100 days in lockdown, New South Wales pharmacists reflect on the challenges of the past few months and what lies ahead.
Pharmacist prescribing is ‘imminent’, says PSA National President Dr Shane Jackson. So what could that mean for you and your patients? Pharmacists will have prescribing powers by 2020, predicts Shane Jackson. ‘Prescribing is an activity that is well within the...
In one of the most challenging years on record, pharmacists have gone to great lengths to fill healthcare gaps and adapt quickly to change. Here, eight pharmacists reflect on some of their standout experiences.
PSA’s flagship plan Pharmacists in 2023 outlines system changes needed to unlock opportunities for pharmacists to be the best they can be.
A new study has found that parents who generally accept vaccination are susceptible to anti-vaccination rhetoric from politicians, suggesting that vaccine messaging needs to account for a wider array of dissenting voices. The web-based study asked 411 participants with children...
PSA is redoubling our efforts to ensure fair remuneration for pharmacists that reflects our training and expertise. The launch of Pharmacists in 2023 in February 2019 was the culmination of two years of work to advance roles, recognition and...
Real-time prescription monitoring provides some, but not all information in supplying Controlled Drugs and other high-risk medicines. Here’s how it can help
With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, working as a consultant pharmacist in residential aged care facilities (RACFs) suddenly became a professional challenge for Melbourne’s Neil Petrie MPS.
The rollout of the influenza vaccine has begun, with some pharmacy groups having received stock and beginning to administer the vaccine to patients. 
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Australia, pharmacies were even busier than supermarkets.