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The events that shaped pharmacy

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The events that shaped pharmacy

A look at issues since the turn of the millennium brings up important developments such as the launch of Pfizer Direct, and the subsequent threat (not yet realised) to our drug distribution network, in 2011; the Galbally Report into drug scheduling and advertising in late 2000; the growth of discount pharmacies; or the implementation of national professional standards — culminating in the establishment of AHPRA in 2010.

We have steered away from mentioning too much about drug developments — launches, schedule changes etc, as there have simply been too many, so we’ve focused primarily on legislative, organisational and political ‘big-ticket’ items.

To view the feature in full see below the PDFs.

PN0714_Cs_25Events-1.pdf


 

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