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The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) is the peak national professional pharmacy organisation, representing all pharmacists in Australia.
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PSA welcomes health spending but calls on the NSW Government to better utilise the skills of to improve the state’s healthcare system
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Pharmacy Daily Jun 16
delivered interventions should be included on the to increase the role the profession plays in , the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia believes. via Pharmacy Daily
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Shane Jackson Jun 14
An opportunity to better integrate healthcare delivery by pharmacists by ending the exclusion of on the - an opportunity to improve
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PSA Jun 9
. Board Member and former President Warwick Plunkett honoured as a Member of the Order of Australia
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PSA Jun 9
. Member Emeritus Professor Maree Therese Smith receives top honour in today’s
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PSA Jun 9
. President congratulates the seven pharmacists recognised in today’s
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PSA May 27
PSA looks forward to working with to improve medication management in aged care facilities
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PSA May 26
PSA welcomes the appointment of as Minister for Aged Care and Senior Australians
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PSA May 26
President says PSA looks forward to continuing to work with Federal Health Minister and the Morrison Government on improving the health outcomes of all Australians
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PSA May 26
PSA welcomes the reappointment of as Minister for Health
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Chris Freeman FPS May 26
Congrats on your reappointment. looks forward to continuing to work with you to make full use of pharmacists expertise and clinical training, improving access to care and medicine safety for all Australian’s.
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Chris Freeman FPS May 26
Congrats on your appointment. stands ready to work with you to improve the lives and care delivered to some of our most vulnerable people. Senior Australian’s and those living in aged care facilities deserve better than second class healthcare
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PSA May 20
PSA welcomes the Morrison Government’s endorsement of our Pharmacists in 2023 report.
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PSA May 19
PSA has received a commitment from the Morrison Government to declare medicine safety a National Health Priority Area
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PSA May 19
President says PSA will work to address pharmacist remuneration heading into the next Community Pharmacy Agreement negotiations.
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PSA May 16
The Coalition, Labor and Greens have all committed to including PSA as a signatory to . Their responses to PSA’s five election asks are available on the website:
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PSA May 16
Ahead of the federal election, the major parties have all committed to addressing medicine safety. President says this is a vital step forward in addressing the alarming issue of medicine-related harm
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PSA May 15
Dr Shane Jackson, PSA CEO, talks about PSA's vision for the future of the Australian pharmacy profession in International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) article.
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PSA May 15
President talks to about the and the role of embedded pharmacists in aged care to protect patients from inappropriate prescribing RT: Embedded pharmacists: a way forward?
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PSA May 9
“Improve the funding mechanisms to give pharmacists more time with patients to be able to help them understand and best use their medicines, and to make sure the medicines are individually appropriately for them” PSA CEO
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