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Sedqa Seminar

A model Substance Abuse Free Employee Policy (S.A.F.E) at the workplace was launched yesterday morning 20.01.15 during a business breakfast organised by Aġenzija Sedqa. This was attended by the President and Secretary. Further information may be found here: http://fsws.gov.mt/en/fsws/news/Pages/S-A-F-E-Policy-Launched.aspx The Kamra will keep abreast with Sedqa's programmes...
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Multiple Claims for Trade Union Recognition FNTU

The President and Secretary have attended a Forum Nazzjonali Trade Unions Seminar held last Saturday 17.01.15 under the auspices of the President of the Republic H.E. M.L. Coleiro Preca on the subject of Dealing with Multiple Claims for Trade Union Recognition. The three political parties made their presentations, views and arguments on the subject, together with the studies ca...
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Annual General Meeting 2014

The Annual General Meeting of the Kamra tal-Ispizjara ta’ Malta (Malta Chamber of Pharmacists) was held recently on Friday 19th December 2014 and elections for a new Executive Council were held. President Mary Ann Sant Fournier was re-elected and the following are the Officials and Members of the incoming Council: President – Mary Ann Sant Fournier Vice-President – Margaret ...
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Annual General Meeting 2014 Elections

These are the results of the Executive Council elections held at the 2014 AGM yesterday, Friday 19th December 2014.   Total number of valid votes cast: 277 & 1 invalid vote (TOTAL 278)   Palmier Alfie: 123 votes Sant Fournier Mary Ann: 154 votes - ELECTED PRESIDENT   Total number of valid votes cast: 276 & 2 invalid votes (TOTAL 278)   The 15 candidates received the f...
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TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR HEALTH – CHECK YOUR DIABETES RISK

The Malta Chamber of Pharmacists in collaboration with the Maltese Diabetes Association and Malta Pharmaceutical Students Association will be running a health awareness campaign on the occassion of World Diabetes Day (WDD) which is celebrated on the 14th November. The campaign will run from different community pharmacies in Malta and Gozo who have volunteered to participate. Th...
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Information to Travellers on the Ebola Virus Disease UPDATED

Posters updated:     As a precautionary measure to limit possible exposure to affected areas with Ebola, the Public Health Authorities recommend the general public to avoid nonessential travel to the West African nations of Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria and the Equator Province in Democratic Republic of Congo. If travel to these countries i...
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Information to Travellers on the Ebola Virus Disease

As a precautionary measure to limit possible exposure to affected areas with Ebola, the Public Health Authorities recommend the general public to avoid nonessential travel to the West African nations of Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria. If travel to these countries is unavoidable, the following advice is recommended: § Avoid direct contact with blood or bodil...
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Ebola Virus Information Meeting for Community Pharmacists

The Malta Chamber of Pharmacists is collaborating with the Infectious Diseases Control Unit of the Public Health Department within the Ministry for Energy & Health to organize a meeting for pharmacists on the recent outbreak of the Ebola virus.  The date has been set for the 26th August so far however it will only be confirmed once all the speakers send in their confirmatio...
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Joint Statement Between the Ministry of Energy & Health, Chamber of Pharmacists & GRTU Healthcare Section

A productive meeting was held between the Chamber of Pharmacists, the GRTU Healthcare Division, the Ministry and Parliamentary Secretariat responsible for Health. All parties are committed to the Pharmacy of your Choice initiative and its evolution. The Chamber of Pharmacists and GRTU stated clearly that they have never claimed that there was political discrimination in the P...
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Preferential Treatment of POYC Patients – PRESS RELEASE

The Malta Chamber of Pharmacists refers to the recent reports in the printed and broadcasting media on preferential treatment of patients vis a vis the distribution of medicines under the POYC scheme and more recently, the bizarre situation whereby it has been reported that POYC medicines are being distibuted through village club/s (kazini). If this is the case then the distri...
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