SHPA has released its 2023 New South Wales State Election Priorities, calling on major parties, minor parties and independent candidates to end longstanding inequities to medicines access and access to hospital pharmacist workforce in New South Wales public hospitals.
Hospital Pharmacists urge focus on workforce strategy, hospitals and digital health in welcoming ACT Budget
SHPA has welcomed the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Budget 2022-23, handed down by Chief Minister and Treasurer Andrew Barr, which features $390 million of new healthcare investment across hospital care, primary care and systems capacity.
Hospital Pharmacists welcome Mark Butler, Emma McBride, Ged Kearney and Malarndirri McCarthy to expanded Health Ministry
SHPA congratulates Mark Butler MP on his appointment as Minister for Health and Aged Care, as part of a significantly expanded Labor health ministry following the recent Federal Election, while reiterating the importance of improving equitable access to medicines as a health care priority.
SHPA congratulates the Australian Labor Party and Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on winning the 2022 Federal Election, while urging the incoming government to continue to engage with the expert Hospital Pharmacy sector in implementing key election commitments to health.
SHPA today congratulates Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt on the announcement of his retirement from federal politics at the next federal election, expected to be in May 2022.