News from the Pharmacy Guild of Australia

Every Tuesday the Pharmacy Guild of Australia provides a news update which features in the newsletter. See below for the latest news from the Pharmacy Guild of Australia.

Guild Column

Posted: Tue 23 Feb 16

Guild Update – 23 Feb 16 : Regulation review website

STAKEHOLDER meetings with the Review of Pharmacy Remuneration and Regulation panel are underway, with a discussion paper expected to be released in April this year.

Posted: Tue 16 Feb 16

Guild Update 16 Feb 16 : National Family Drug Support Day

Despite being crucial to the success of any treatment for drug abuse, family members often encounter stigma and discrimination as a result of problematic drug abuse in the family.

Posted: Tue 09 Feb 16

Guild Update – 9 Feb 16 : APP 2016

THE Australian Pharmacy professional (APP) conference is the most significant event on the Australian pharmacy calendar.

Posted: Tue 02 Feb 16

Guild Update – 2 Feb 16 : PBN2015 videos now available to Members

MORE than 20 videos covering every session from last year’s popular business solutions conference, Pharmacy Business Network (PBN) have been released to Guild Members.

Posted: Tue 19 Jan 16

Guild Update – 19 Jan 16 : Digest confirms community pharmacies under pressure

THE release of the 2015 Guild Digest has confirmed the tough trading conditions being faced by Australia’s 5,500 community pharmacies.

Posted: Tue 12 Jan 16

Guild Update – 12 Jan 16 : APP Videos

The Australian Pharmacy Professional conference (APP) is producing a crowd-sourced video about Australia’s biggest pharmacy conference event.

Posted: Tue 05 Jan 16

Guild Update : 5 January 16 – Guild asks PBAC to review PBS de-listings

THE Pharmacy Guild has written to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC) asking for a review of the de-listing from the PBS of a number of commonly used medicines that are also available without a prescription.

Posted: Tue 22 Dec 15

Guild Update : 22 Dec 15 – OTC Medicines Delisting

WE ARE now only a little over a week away from 1 January and the delisting of a number of over-the-counter medicines from the PBS.