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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 Feb 12
discusses the key actions in , including the call for support to increase pharmacists working in settings such as Aboriginal Health Services
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PSA Feb 12
speaks at the launch of on the need to put the training and expertise of pharmacists to full use for better health outcomes
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PSA Feb 12
has committed to PSA being a signatory of the Seventh Community Pharmacy Agreement (7CPA)
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PSA Feb 12
on how sets an agenda for pharmacists to be more responsible and accountable for and improve Australia's health. Read the full report at
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PSA Feb 12
receiving her PSA membership certificate today at Parliament House with
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Lauren Burton Feb 12
An honour to meet MP and Pharmacist Emma McBride today at Parliament House together with our representatives today for the launch of Pharmacists in 2023
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The AJP Feb 12
BREAKING NEWS: For the first time ever, PSA will be co-signatories to the 7CPA
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PSA Feb 12
Today marks the official launch of Pharmacists in 2023. This report sets out 11 system changes needed for healthcare evolution to deliver safety & quality improvements in the use of medicines, and better use of pharmacists to improve access to healthcare
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PSA Feb 12
“I make this commitment that PSA will be a signatory of the next Community Pharmacy Agreement” -
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PSA Feb 12
We’ve taken some big steps with PSA to advance pharmacy in Australia, including with the Chronic Pain MedsCheck and Health Care Homes, which will protect patients and save lives -
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PSA Feb 12
A pharmacist is so much more than someone who dispenses medicines. sets that out
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PSA Feb 12
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PSA Feb 12
PSA leaders discussing how pharmacists can do more to improve Australia’s health with
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PSA Feb 12
Pharmacists have much to contribute to patient care as part of interdisciplinary teams. PSA’s outreach means pharmacists can be up to date and empowered
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PSA Feb 12
calls for Pharmacists to be able to use their training and expertise for better patient outcomes, and for pharmacists to be more responsible and accountable for
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PSA Feb 12
Medications are now the most common intervention in healthcare and pharmacists are critical to Australia’s health. They are one of the most trusted and accessible health professionals
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PSA Feb 12
"I call on my colleagues to step beyond the comfort of how things are and instead to drive our profession to where it needs to be to continue to look after our patients in this new landscape"
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PSA Feb 12
"Now is the time to affirm our role as medicine experts and take our knowledge and skills to work directly with the most important part of our healthcare system, the patient, no matter where they are"
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PSA Feb 12
"To me one of the most important points in is support in increasing pharmacists working in settings like Aboriginal Health Services to help address the continued burden on ill-health faced by Indigenous Australians"
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