Latest PSA media releases
October 1, 2015 The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia has today stressed that its model for pharmacists to be integrated into GP clinics incorporates roles that are within the pharmacist’s current scope of practicePosted in: Media releases • News
October 1, 2015 The interim decision to reschedule codeine-containing medicines will have a major impact on consumers needing to purchase the products for legitimate health reasons, the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia saysPosted in: Media releases • News
October 1, 2015 Grey nomads, particularly first-timers, may be putting their health - and indeed their lives - at risk because of a lack of planning, preparation and education about their health and the medications they need
PSA celebrates World Pharmacists Day with campaign highlighting value of being member of the society (MPS)
September 24, 2015 Friday September 25 is World Pharmacists Day and to mark the occasion the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) has launched a campaign letting the community know of the great work that pharmacists do and that Members of the PSA (MPS) are committed to excellence in pharmacist carePosted in: Media releases • News
September 21, 2015 The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia has welcomed the continuing appointment of the Hon Sussan Ley as Minister for Health, and the announcement of Senator the Hon Fiona Nash as Minster for Rural Health and Mr Ken Wyatt AM as Assistant Minister for Health in the first Turnbull Ministry announced yesterdayPosted in: Media releases • News
September 10, 2015 The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia, the peak organisation representing pharmacists across all sectors of the profession, has issued a position statement recognising that complementary medicines may have a role in the management or treatment of some conditions and that pharmacists are ideally placed to help consumers make informed decisions on their usePosted in: Media releases • News
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