Publication Date 01/04/2014         Volume. 6 No. 3   
Information to Pharmacists

Editorial

From the desk of the editor

Business is tight!
Cash flow has evaporated!
The PGA calls for unity while simultaneously dismembering the business of consultant pharmacists.
The federal government continues to strip massive funds from the PBS to the extent that it is gasping for air.
Oh, and I forgot, the Revive Clinic thinks that pharmacists cannot vaccinate patients in community pharmacies ( It is actually a warehouse pharmacy group trying to destabilise the market here to push fellow-pharmacists off balance by supporting the Revive group).
Even wage-earning pharmacists have discovered that they have not had a rise in their pay over the past five years

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Peter Sayers is vitally concerned about pharmacy professional practice - its innovation, its research and development, and its delivery to create an ongoing revenue stream. Delivery of healthcare is increasingly involved with Information Technology systems. All perspectives in IT must be considered for the impact on pharmacy practice and its viability.

A Roxon E-Communications Rebuff - Volume 1 Number 1

E-Fuel Pump Technology - A Lesson for Pharmacy - Volume 1 Number 1

While you were asleep - Volume 2 Number 1

The Three-Ring Circus - Volume 2 Number 2

Vaccination clinics in pharmacy set to go - Volume 2 Number 2

The Great Debate - an informed comment - Volume 2 Number 3

Location Rules Dented - Volume 2 Number 3

The Other Side of the Counter - Volume 2 Number 3

Introducing Jeanette Sell - The Colac Community Leader who took on a Pharmacy Monopoly - Volume 2 Number 4

Remote Dispensing Expands Globally - Volume 2 Number 6

Show me the Money! - Volume 2 Number 6

Private Labels Finding Favour - Volume 2 Number 7

Food as Medicine - Volume 2 Number 7

Using "Exergames" for Stroke and Falls Prevention - Volume 2 Number 8

NICM - An Umbrella for Evidence-Based Complementary Medicine - Volume 2 Number 8

New Pharmacy Opens Against the Odds - Volume 2 Number 9

Nurse Practitioners - Volume 2 Number 9

We Want To Own ‘Well’ - Volume 2 Number 10

The "Touch Points" in Marketing Pharmacy Services - Volume 2 Number 11

Dispensing Errors - What Real Protection for Employed Pharmacists? - Volume 2 Number 11

The Enterprise Pharmacist - Volume 2 Number 11

Getting an Edge in Pharmacy Design - Volume 3 Number 2

Connected Health and Ethical Problems - Volume 3 Number 2

Scottish Conservatives Get it Right for Pharmacy - Volume 3 Number 3

An Automated Satellite Chain Dispensing Model - Volume 3 Number 5

Pharmacist Problems -Oversupply, Reducing Salaries, Inadequate Training and Opportunities - Volume 3 Number 6

High Prescription Error Rates Prevail in E.Prescriptions and Hospital Settings - Volume 3 Number 6

As The Wheel Turns - Volume 3 Number 6

E-Health - High cost for very little return - Volume 3 Number 7

Mobile Phone Apps – Australian Pharmacists not organised as yet - Volume 3 Number 8

Survey Higlights a Need for Increased Dispensing Productivity - Volume 3 Number 9

It's Time to Draw a Line - Volume 3 Number 10

Nurse Practitioners Succeeding in Community Pharmacies-Clinical Pharmacists Still Remain Invisible - Volume 3 Number 10

Kos Sclavos Superstar - Volume 3 Number 11

New Year Uncertainty - Volume 3 Number 11

The War Against Nutritional Medicine Why We Love Our Critics - Volume 4 Number 1

Confessions of a Frustrated Pharmacist - Volume 4 Number 1

Health Authorities Now Admit Severe Side Effects of Vaccination - Volume 4 Number 2

FSM Strategy Has no Middle Ground - Volume 4 Number 3

The Climate Change in Evidence-based medicine - Volume 4 Number 4

A Lesson From SmartClinics - Volume 4 Number 4

All Evidence Must Pass a Test for Integrity - Volume 4 Number 5

Where is the Outrage? - Volume 4 Number 6

Massaging, Cherry-Picking, Falsifying and Polluting Clinical Evidence - Volume 4 Number 6

Clinical Intervention Payments Not Being Claimed - Volume 4 Number 7

Health Insurers in the News-ACCC to Prepare a Senate Report - Volume 4 Number 8

Pharmacist Succession - employer and employee - Volume 4 Number 8

Time For a Philosophical Review of S3 - Volume 4 Number 8

Adjusting the Balance - Volume 4 Number 9

Clinical Services For a Fee - Doctor and PGA perspectives - Volume 4 Number 9

At Last - A Sensible Approach to Type 2 Diabetes Research & Treatment - Volume 4 Number 9

PGA Beware - Location Rules Not Working For Patients - Volume 4 Number 10

It’s Good to See a Unity Theme Emerging - Volume 4 Number 11

Face of Priceline - Australian of the Year 2013 - Volume 5 Number 1

Cancer Treatment and CAM Use Beat-Up - Volume 5 Number 2

Show Me The Money! - Volume 5 Number 2

Antibiotic Resistance - Have all reasons been explored? - Volume 5 Number 3

The Australian Pesticides & Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) to review science on pesticides and bee health - Volume 5 Number 4

Patients or Customers? - You Must Decide - Volume 5 Number 6

A Problem of Culture - Volume 5 Number 7

Observations on implementing pharmacy clinical services - Volume 5 Number 9

Building a clinical services model in a difficult marketplace - Volume 5 Number 11

Good Manners Create Good Communications and Illustrate Respect and Care - Volume 5 Number 11

The New Battlegrounds - Volume 5 Number 11

The Rising Costs of Health Care - Volume 6 Number 3

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