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Tue 20 Feb 18

TGA CM advertising debate


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BOTH science and civil society organisations have continued to raise a storm over the passage through parliament the 2017 Measures No.1 Bill, according to an MJA Insight article.


Tue 20 Feb 18

Pharmacy training offers


THE Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) has announced it has resumed training for community pharmacy qualifications across Australia for pharmacy staff, including dispensary and pharmacy assistants.


Mon 19 Feb 18

‘Pharmacy first’ says NHS


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PARENTS of young children with minor illnesses should take them to pharmacies rather than GPs or an A&E, a new NHS England campaign says, reports the BBC.


Mon 19 Feb 18

Med cannabis challenges


WITH society's growing demand for access to medicinal cannabis, physicians and regulators are facing "significant challenges" keeping pace, according to Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) authors writing in the MJA.


Fri 16 Feb 18

Pulling back the PBS veil


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ACKNOWLEDGING that many Australians are unaware of the processes involved in bringing new medicines to Australia, Pharmaceutical research giant GSK and ViiV have joined to create a new report intended to "pull back the curtain" on the PBS.


Fri 16 Feb 18

Pharmacy tobacco sales?


DRAMATICALLY changing the retail distribution of tobacco products so they become available exclusively in pharmacies, is a strategy explored by University of Otago, New Zealand researchers.


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