You need reliable, evidence-based information to be able to make good choices about your healthcare.
The Health Practitioner Regulation (New South Wales) Regulation 2016 adopts, in Schedule 5 (for pharmacy premises) and Schedule 6 (for professional services room premises) of the regulation, the
This article covers the practicalities surrounding the supply of Schedule 3 medications.
Where to find critical information
Over the last months, the Council has received an increasing number of complaints relating to the compounding of eye drops in community pharmacies. Two examples are highlighted here:
The annual declaration of financial Interest in a pharmacy business that a holder of a financial interest in a NSW pharmacy business must make to the Pharmacy Council of NSW to disclose that intere
In February, the Council welcomed Rick Samimi as a pharmacist practitioner member of the Council.
Health practitioners are traditionally reluctant to make mandatory notifications for various reasons.
This month we draw your attention to a case involving a nurse who admitted to forging prescriptions on pads stolen from two medical practitioners.
My patient has run out of their medication and doesn’t have a script but needs the medication today. I don’t want them to go without - what are my obligations and what can I do?
Welcome to our first newsletter of 2021, and on behalf of the Council, Happy New Year and all the best for 2021.