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Chemotherapy Coumpounding Fee not to be implemented on 1 September 2015

August 31, 2015

SHPA has been advised that the changes to the funding of chemotherapy compounding that were due to come into effect on 1 September 2015 will NOT be implemented.

Overwhelming response to MM2015 - 599 abstracts submitted

August 4, 2015

There has been an overwhelming response of 599 abstracts submitted for Medicines Management 2015, the 41st SHPA National Conference.

SHPA joins Choosing Wisely Australia

July 17, 2015

SHPA will partner with Choosing Wisely Australia, leading medical colleges and consumer groups in this national initiative. The goal is for clinicians to improve the quality of health care; SHPA will be focusing on the appropriate and high quality evidence-based use of medicines.

Guidelines for timely initiation of chemotherapy

July 14, 2015

The Department of Health and Human Services in Victoria has published the Guidelines for timely initiation of chemotherapy to help health services in timely commencement of chemotherapy to optimise patient outcomes.

SHPA FACT SHEET -- Risk factors for medication-related problems

July 1, 2015

This fact sheet could assist individual pharmacists and organisations to identify patients at greatest risk of medication-related problems to target and maximise the effectiveness of a clinical pharmacy service.

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  • Chemotherapy Coumpounding Fee not to be implemented on 1 September 2015
  • SHPA has been advised that the changes to the funding of chemotherapy compounding that were due to come into effect on 1 September 2015 will NOT be implemented.
  • Overwhelming response to MM2015 - 599 abstracts submitted
  • There has been an overwhelming response of 599 abstracts submitted for Medicines Management 2015, the 41st SHPA National Conference.
  • SHPA joins Choosing Wisely Australia
  • SHPA will partner with Choosing Wisely Australia, leading medical colleges and consumer groups in this national initiative. The goal is for clinicians to improve the quality of health care; SHPA will be focusing on the appropriate and high quality evidence-based use of medicines.

     

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