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A pharmacist who supplied excessive quantities of injectable testosterone to a patient has been suspended for three months The Victorian pharmacist was found to have engaged in professional misconduct at …

The Chief Medical Officer has urged pharmacists to find out their patients’ travel history and consider referring them to GPs, if there are concerns about the novel Coronavirus Dr Christopher …

Nearly 13 million My Health Records are now active after 490,000 new records had documents uploaded – in just one month And the records have proven invaluable to one pharmacist …

What roles do pharmacy students want for the future, and what percentage think community pharmacy should transition into a “consultation” model? Pharmacy students are highly interested in prescribing and seeing …

Ian M. Mackay, The University of Queensland and Katherine Arden, The University of Queensland look at the emerging problem The World Health Organisation has postponed its decision about whether to …

Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest in research PRN Medicines Management for Psychotropic Medicines in Long-Term Care Settings This review oers a description of PRN prescription and administration …

A number of pharmacy and industry identities have been recognised in this year’s Australia Day Honours Among those receiving honours in this years awards are: *Emeritus Professor Vivian Bruce Sunderland …

Low-or-no THC cannabinoids scheduled S4, more education for health professionals, PBS subsidy and national consistency can break down medicinal cannabis access barriers, say pharmacy groups In November 2019, the Senate …

It’s been a turbulent week in the pharmacy sector, with considerable debate about aspects of the profession and its future There have been some strong opinions aired over the vote …

Australian pharmacists say they’re ready to take on a wider range of deprescribed medicines Australian pharmacists believe the profession is ready to “safely and effectively manage” a wider range of …

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College of Pharmacy president refutes “resentful” PSA claims that member vote to accept a Pharmacy Guild-backed proposal was not a “resounding endorsement”  The president of the Australian College of Pharmacy …