Focus on Feet FEATURED HOT!
Promotes the role of a community pharmacist in treating minor foot conditions and provides in-store marketing. You will receive two posters and one training booklet for pharmacy staff.
A double sided A4 checklist for you to print off to give to your patients.
The Guild, Green Cross Health and EBOS Limited commissioned Ernst & Young to prepare a report that was completed in June 2017. The report’s focus was to assess the risk of the Government’s proposed removal of the requirement for at least 51% pharmacist-ownership of a community pharmacy.
To help you meet the requirements when sending an invoice to ACC download this preformatted invoice template.
A list of medicines, the prescriptions for which require the prescriber's signature and original prescription to be sent to the pharmacy under the Misuse of Drugs Regulations 1977 (29).
Emergency Contraceptive Pill consultation record and advice checklist.
Guild logo FEATURED HOT!
Files of the logo are available for members who wish to develop their own display material. A copy of the logo will be sent via email to those who place order.
The Guild logo is a recognised and trusted symbol of New Zealand community pharmacy. It is a registered trademark of the Guild and is available for the exclusive use by Guild members.
This show card is to display in your pharmacy to let patients know your offer blood pressure monitoring.
Cards you can give to your patients listing all their medicines, the purpose of each medicine and a description of the medicine. The cards also have space to list a patients medicine management plan goals in accordance with the new LTC service. Cards are supplied in packs of 20.
The Guild produces an information leaflet for pharmacies to give to patients regarding the prescription subsidy card. The leaflet comes in a convenient tear-off pad of 50.
To help you explain prescription charges to patients download this A5 leaflet.
Pharmacy Guild business owners package with ANZ.
Page 1: Pharmacists, pandemics, politics and pharmaceuticals
Page 3: How community pharmacy is taking a lead in the government’s health system reforms
Page 4: Antimicrobial stewardship and the role of community pharmacists
Page 5: The importance of critical thinking in the dispensing process
Page 6: Pharmacists will benefit from better natural health product regulations
Page 7: The importance of caring for your liver
Page 8: Staying connected: The importance of social media for businesses
Page 9: Fair Pay Agreements: What we know so far
Page 10: Growing your bottom line
Page 11: Pharmacy has a marketing problem
Page 1: High Alert helping to reduce drug harm in our communities
Page 3: Congratulations to the winners of the New Zealand Primary Healthcare Awards 2021
Page 4: Implications of changing health information seeking behaviour
Page 5: School of Pharmacy Clinic – Otago University
Page 6: New asthma and COPD guidelines
Page 7: Coeliac Awareness – a role for pharmacists
Page 8: Is it time to differentiate your pharmacy from the competition?
Page 9: Changes to the Holidays Act 2003 and how to prepare for them
Page 10: Process to remove a company from the register
Page 11: Is this the apocalypse?
Page 1: A day in the life of a pharmacist prescriber
Page 3: The path towards strengthening the health and disability system for all
Page 4: 3D printed medicine – Future or fiction?
Page 5: Pharmacies well placed to identify and report adverse drug reactions
Page 6: The Pharmaceutical Schedule is moving online
Pgae 7: Informed consent around anti-seizure medicines
Page 8: Why not be your own landlord?
Page 9: The fundamentals of business interruption
Page 10: Proposed changes to the bright-line test
Page 11: 10 rules for retail stock control
Page 1: Introducing the PainWISE Pharmacy Professional Service Program
Page 3: The Guild’s recent meeting with the Minister of Health
Page 4: The digital age and accessibility of pharmacist vaccination information
Page 5: Insight into two recent pharmacy studies
Page 6: Advice for supporting your Early Career Pharmacists
Page 7: Autonomic Dysreflexia in SCI patients: A role for pharmacy
Page 8: 2021: the year of digital transformation for thousands of Kiwi small businesses
Page 9: Teamwork: The five key factors every business needs to succeed
Page 10: Selling or buying a pharmacy business
Page 11: Improve your return on investment
Page 1: Emerging workforce to tackle pharmacy practice change
Page 3: Pharmacies’ crucial role in supporting Covid-19 vaccine rollout
Page 4: Challenges faced by pharmacists when it comes to dispensing medicines for children
Page 5: Canterbury pharmacies’ digital opioid substitution project
Page 6: The expanding nurse practitioner workforce
Page 7: The state of child health in Aotearoa New Zealand
Page 8: The digital retail gap
Page 9: Improving team dynamics
Page 10: End of financial year checklist
Page 11: 10 marketing rules for growth
Page 1: Understanding pharmacists’ mental health literacy
Page 3: Reflection on 2020 and looking forward to 2021
Page 4: Incorporating empathy and compassion into pharmacy practice
Page 5: A pharmacists’ role in bridging the gap in language barriers to enhance medicines adherence
Page 6: Ensuring Choosing Wisely Pharmacy recommendations relevant to Aotearoa
Page 7: Sustainable elective surgery over the next two decades
Page 8: Demystifying monthly ICPSA payments
Page 9: Courageous conversations
Page 10: Recap on the bright line test
Page 11: The right people
Page 1: The clinical presentation of coeliac disease is changing
Page 3: Guild Briefing to the Incoming Minister and ongoing policy priorities
Page 4: What do patients understand about the “risk” of taking medicines?
Page 5: Enhancing pharmacy sector responsiveness to Māori
Page 6: Increasing the equity focus of Choosing Wisely
Page 7: Catering for people with Parkinson’s
Page 8: Five ways to help keep you and your business safe online
Page 9: What to do about public holidays
Page 10: Proposed new top tax rate for individuals
Page 11: A positive message in tough times
Page 1: Pharmacists have an important role in gout management
Page 3: Ongoing Guild policy advocacy, post-election.
Page 4: Mind the Gap
Page 5: Good GP-Pharmacy relationships, the right prescriptions for patients
Page 6: Community vs Hospital: How can the profession unite for the patient?
Page 7: November is Diabetes Action Month!
Page 8: Digital health post-Covid-19
Page 9: Parental leave
Page 10: Fringe Benefit Tax
Page 11: How’s your pharmacy’s fitness?
Page 1: Unfunded New Zealand pharmacy service models
Page 3: Health policy and the 2020 general election
Page 4: Increasing workforce satisfaction
Page 5: An update on the pharmacy vaccinations in 2020
Page 6: Getting better medicines-related outcomes for kaumātua
Page 7: Pharmacies go dementia-friendly
Page 8: Privacy Act changes on the horizon
Page 9: Sick leave – what you need to know
Page 10: The Trust Act 2019 – Are you ready
Page 11: The future is digital
Page 1: Commending the pharmacy sector’s Covid-19 response
Page 3: The 2020 ICPSA voluntary variation and the future of community pharmacy
Page 4: The importance of workflow within pharmacy
Page 5: Queen Street Pharmacy and general practice teams, better together
Page 6: Advice for supporting your Pacific patients
Page 7: Prostate Cancer. It’s a real Thingee
Page 8: New Zealand’s Path to Purchase. From Online to In-Store
Page 9: Is my worker a contractor or employee?
Page 10: Breakdown of wage subsidy audits.
Page 11: Trusted health care experts
Page 1 to 5: Election special: Politicians answer the big pharmacy questions
Page 6: Pharmacy: A change in the wind, a mismatch of values
Page 7: A role for pharmacists in combating chronic hepatitis
Page 8: Sustainability: The key for your business’s future
Page 9: New intern employment agreement template
Page 10: Claiming home office expense
Page 11: Let’s get personal
Page 1: Introducing the pharmacy sleep service
Page 3: Progress with the national annual agreement review and related funding issues.
Page 4: What is the role of pharmacy in Smokefree 2025?
Page 5: The importance of diversifying your service offering
Page 6: Tips for commenting in the media
Page 7: Health Navigator: Trusted health information for New Zealanders
Page 8: Financial issues when buying or selling a pharmacy
Page 9: Restructure and redundancy
Page 10: Budget 2020: At a glance
Page 11: You’re always selling
Page 1: Key work of the Medical Research Institute of New Zealand
Page 3: Federation of Primary Health working on new primary care model
Page 4: The role of mental health first aid in pharmacy
Page 5: Reflecting on COVID-19 workflow changes in New Zealand
Page 6: Health outcomes for Māori during COVID-19
Page 7: How to spot a stroke: The F.A.S.T method.
Page 8: Tips for making your pharmacy more cyber-secure
Page 9: The importance of acting in good faith
Page 10: Reflecting on COVID-19 and the impact on businesses
Page 11: Five online tactics to boost your business.
Page 1: Guild support to members during the COVID-19 pandemic
Page 3: COVID-19 Guild member resources
Page 4: Innovative relationships between pharmacies and general practice
Page 6: Disruptive change and wellness
Page 7: Combating Asthma: Pharmacies on the front line
Page 8: What COVID-19 has taught us about business continuity planning
Page 9: Supporting your employees
Page 10: COVID-19 updates for business
Page 11: Opportunities in a crisis
Page 1: Reducing medicine harm
Page 3: Health and Disability System Review and the future of community pharmacy
Page 4: Community pharmacy is still vital for patient wellbeing
Page 5: United States’ Medicap Weight Management programme.
Page 6: Medical Council’s position on doctors prescribing for themselves and those close to them
Page 7: How pharmacists can contribute to Glaucoma management
Page 8: Advertising your pharmacy online: Getting to grips with Google ads
Page 9: Managing Poor Performance
Page 10: Goal Setting
Page 11: Which type of pharmacy are you?
Page 1: The SECURELY® and Pharmacy Guild partnership
Page 3: Reflection on cross-sector relationships.
Page 4: Truly personalised medicine – Pharmacogenomics, coming to a pharmacy near you!
Page 5: An investigation of the provision of unfunded pharmacy services in New Zealand: the nationwide rollout.
Page 6: Anticoagulation monitoring service
Page 7: A Smokefree Aotearoa - could community pharmacies help us get there?
Page 8: 5 Steps to a better online experience
Page 9: Important information about 90-day trial periods
Page 10: Key updates: minimum wage, annual leave and holiday pay requirements.
Page 11: Invest in your professional image
Page 1: National cancer action plan and agency a step forward for New Zealand’s cancer control
Page 3: Key ongoing pieces of work for 2020
Page 4: Are all pharmacists created equal?
Page 5: Adverse reactions reporting
Page 6: Safeguarding patient information – the HealthOne example
Page 7: Beyond Vision Loss at Blind & Low Vision NZ
Page 8: Music Licensing Laws: What You Need to Know
Page 9: Are your employment agreements up to date?
Page 10: Go the Extra Mile for Success: The 2019 Pharmacy Benchmarking Survey
Page 11: Disruptive technology
Page 1: Cannabis-based medicine – what it means for pharmacy
Page 3: Reflection on the key achievements of 2019 and the challenges ahead
Page 4: Interruptions in pharmacy
Page 5: The role of standard operating procedures (SOPs)
Page 6: Medicines Use Review: Improving medicine use in the community
Page 7: U=U: A message for pharmacists too
Page 8: Getting ready for the Christmas season
Page 9: Workplace bullying
Page 10: Update on cheques and IRD binding rulings
Page 11: Staff performance matters
Page 1: Helping your patients’ quality of life and health
Page 3: Reflection on the interim Health and Disability System review report
Page 4: A pharmacist’s duties and making better use of support staff
Page 5: Funded pharmacy services in Norway
Page 6: Online hepatitis education modules launched
Page 7: Heart health: Promoting awareness and getting help
Page 8: Competing with discount pharmacies
Page 9: Mental health and safety in the workplace
Page 10: Update on payday filing
Page 11: Measurement and goal setting
Page 1: Te reo Maori in the pharmacy workplace
Page 3: Outlining the Guild’s ongoing priorities.
Page 4: The value of pharmacist consultation in allergic rhinitis
Page 5: Treating Common Ailments: Some lessons from Wales
Page 6: HDC complaints in pharmacy – what to expect
Page 7: New osteoporosis health tool launched
Page 8: Pharmacy Accuracy Checking Technicians free up pharmacists’ time
Page 9: Mental health and wellbeing in the workplace
Page 10: KiwiSaver rates addressed in law change
Page 11: What’s your survival strategy?
Page 1: The Nocebo effect and why it’s important
Page 3: Reflection on the 2019 Pharmacy Business Network.
Page 4: Antibiotic resistance: How community pharmacists can have an impact.
Page 5: Are you meeting your obligations under the Children’s Act?
Page 6: PSL changes and what they mean for Guild members
Page 7: Towards better health outcomes: Understanding prediabetes and Type 2 Diabetes risk.
Page 8: Growing your customer base
Page 9: Staff recognition initiatives for pharmacies
Page 10: Automatic tax assessments
Page 11: The key to building a high performing team
Page 1: Embracing technology in our health care system
Page 3: Reflection on the first half of 2019
Page 4: Making pharmacies the 'first port of call'
Page 5: The importance of investing in your most valuable asset
Page 6: Safety culture within the pharmacy
Page 7: New drugs that treat the underlying cause of Cystic Fibrosis
Page 8: SOPs for returns of medicines causing allergic reactions
Page 9: Intern recruitment
Page 10: Tax pooling
Page 11: The changing role of community pharmacy
Page 1: Guidance on setting up a local group
Page 3: Summary of the Guild’s key submission points for the government’s Health and Disability Review
Page 4: The importance of peers in making ethical decisions
Page 5: A change in customer experience
Page 6: Disaster planning
Page 7: The SECURELY for Independence pilot
Page 8: The Do’s and Don’ts for selling medicines online
Page 9: Providing feedback and having difficult conversations
Page 10: Budget 2019
Page 11: Category Management means saying ‘no’
Page 1: The future of pharmacy is green
Page 3: Key challenges to be addressed with the Therapeutic Products Bill (TPB)
Page 4: Increasing pharmacy’s reach via tele-pharmacy
Page 5: Unfunded pharmacy services: An investigation of NZ community pharmacies
Page 6: Working at full scope: The Canadian example
Page 7: The RACE to better men’s health
Page 8: Issuing a trespass notice
Page 9: Mental health in the workplace
Page 10: Donations: Cash or credit?
Page 11: Lessons from the retail apocalypse
Page 1: Important changes to employment legislation
Page 3: The need for pharmacy to increase its focus on service delivery standards
Page 3: Enhancements to Guild publications
Page 4: How do patients view service quality in community pharmacy?
Page 5: Legal and ethical considerations when a fraudulent prescription is suspected
Page 6: Funded pharmacy services across New Zealand DHBs
Page 8: On a mission to increase lung cancer survival rates
Page 9: 5 Tips for being a better leader
Page 10: Paying wages to family members
Page 11: Strategies for setting retail prices
Page 1: The 5th annual Pharmacy Business Network
Page 3: The importance of productive key stakeholder relationships
Page 4: Medicine related harm: Opportunities for improvement
Page 5: Pharmacy automation is not a new concept
Page 6: 5 Questions to answer about your patients’ medicines
Page 7: Making life more liveable for patients with IBD
Page 8: Established pharmacies still need an updated business plan
Page 9: Employee entitlements for sick and mental health days
Page 10: Removing your business from the Companies Register
Page 11: Your digital marketing strategy
Page 1: What does the TPB mean for community pharmacy?
Page 3: Update on key priority work around the co-payment policy
Page 3: Guild InTouch: In case you missed it
Page 4: Complementary and alternative medicine use
Page 5: Skin cancer and skin checks, part two
Page 6: Pharmacists have a role to play in advance care planning
Page 7: eCALD: Eliminating racial discrimination from your pharmacy practice
Page 8: More insights to gain from Australia’s CP2025 strategic plan, part two
Page 9: How to approach the most common leave-related situations
Page 10: End of financial year checklist
Page 11: Community pharmacy: An opportunity for health services
Page 1: Why you should consider new services for your pharmacy
Page 3: Strategic priorities for 2019
Page 3: Membership survey 2018
Page 4: When a randomised controlled trial is not the "gold standard"
Page 5: It's time to discuss the benefits and risks for women taking antiepileptic medicines during pregnancy
Page 6: Skin cancer and skin checks, part 1
Page 7: If only I had caught it early – head and neck cancer
Page 8: Insights to gain from Australia’s CP2025 strategic plan, part 1
Page 9: The importance of having regular performance discussions
Page 10: How benchmarking can help your business grow and prosper
Page 11: Retail curation
Page 1: The future of pharmacists in primary health
Page 3: Key achievements over the past year
Page 3: Introducing New Staff
Page 4: Polypharmacy and not pride, comes before a fall
Page 5: Eliminating Hepatitis C in New Zealand by 2030
Page 6: Accessibility of pharmacies
Page 7: Business continuity planning: Conducting business after an emergency
Page 8: Providing health advice in the age of Dr Google
Page 9: HR Advice: A guide to Christmas
Page 10: Team development
Page 11: Deciding which retail products to stock
Page 1: How the ICPSA provides opportunities to focus more on patient services
Page 3: The importance of working together
Page 3: The Guild’s new enhanced member app
Page 4: When one size does not fit all
Page 5: Can pharmacists have a role in falls prevention?
Page 6: Movember is back
Page 7: Security in the pharmacy
Page 8: Maintaining your online presence
Page 9: Employee engagement: How important is it?
Page 10: Risky business: Managing cyber threats
Page 11: Planning for growth
Page 1: What you need to know about the ICPSA
Page 3: Making the new contract work well for you
Page 3: Guild member benefits
Page 4: Evidence for pharmacist services: Not always as timely as we would like
Page 5: Advertising guidelines for pharmacy
Page 6: The ‘deets’ on insect repellents
Page 7: Stand up this November
Page 8: If you’ve got legal queries, we’ve got you covered
Page 9: Bullying and harassment
Page 10: Maximising the benefits from your accounting software
Page 11: Retail best practice
Page 1: Fielding Health Pharmacy: Community Pharmacy of the Year 2018
Page 3: Reflecting on recent events and future opportunities
Page 3: Pharmacy Business Network: Thank you
Page 4: The role of pharmacists in pharmacovigilance
Page 5: Breastfeeding and the process of milk production
Page 6: Appropriateness of medicines in sport
Page 7: Keeping up to date with health literacy
Page 8: Responding to negative feedback online
Page 9: When views misalign: Social media and the impact at work
Page 10: Payday or mayday?
Page 11: The future of dispensing
Page 1: Guild Governance and Strategy Day
Page 3: Opportunities under the new contract
Page 3: Congratulations to our 2018 Pharmacy Award winners
Page 4: Vulnerable Children Act
Page 5: Precision medicine, personalised medicine and pharmacogenomics
Page 6: Your guide to obtaining cannabidiol products for patients
Page 7: Better breathing, better living
Page 8: Staying safe online
Page 9: HR Advice: How small errors can have large consequences
Page 10: Cracking down on tax dodgers and restoring fairness
Page 11: Change is hard
Page 1: Sector benefits in wider PHARMAC role
Page 3: Considering the purpose of the health system review
Page 3: Elevate pharmacy training
Page 4: Economic evaluation in older adults: Anticoagulants
Page 5: A new paradigm in stroke education
Page 6: Gluten in medicine
Page 7: Light up glaucoma to help save sight
Page 8: The stats on online shoppers: Why being different is key
Page 9: HR Advice: Getting it right from the start, part two
Page 10: Bright-line property rules have changed
Page 11: Knowledge is power
Page 1: Federation of Primary Health Aotearoa New Zealand
Page 3: The importance of the sector’s voice for an improved contract outcome
Page 3: Introducing new staff
Page 4: Perfecting insulin injection technique
Page 5: How is the New Zealand ePrescription Service (NZePS) progressing?
Page 6: What does a sulphur allergy mean?
Page 7: Alzheimers NZ’s call to action: Sign up as a Dementia Friend
Page 8: Creating a Facebook presence to compliment your business
Page 9: HR Advice: Getting it right from the start, part one
Page 10: Ring-fencing rental losses and GST loopholes
Page 11: The power of a brand