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Pharmac has funded a new brand of oestradiol patches in an attempt to ease the long-running shortage of the hormone replacement therapy product which is causing problems for pharmacies and their patients
Some pharmacies which mistakenly claimed the wage subsidy have already repaid it, pharmacy sector accountants say.
A small, qualitative study of pharmacists selling complementary medicines has identified some pharmacists selling such products despite having concerns about their efficacy
Jo Barnes, the deputy head of the Auckland School of Pharmacy, has become the first New Zealand pharmacist be made a fellow of the International Society of Pharmacovigilance
Countdown Pharmacy boss Jeremy Armes is calling on the DHBs to simplify the way pharmacies are paid for their dispensing services.
Green Cross Health and Countdown are denying claims they sold masks for unfairly high prices during the COVID-19 lockdown earlier this year
The ongoing shortage of oral contraceptives has got worse with two commonly used brands set to run out this month and no new stock expected until next year
The Otago School of Pharmacy will hold a memorial event tomorrow to commemorate the life of Dorothy Saville
In just over a month, codeine-containing medicines will move to prescription-only and a Whangārei pharmacist is worried the change may come as a “dirty” surprise to the public
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an influx of complaints made against pharmacists