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Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Patients’ Opinions towards the Services of Pharmacists Based in General Practice In this survey conducted across 6 general practices in the …

A pregnant patient in the UK has complained after two different pharmacies refused to supply aspirin, as Australian doctors urge pharmacists to consider the evidence A pregnant woman has written …

Pharmacy groups call for pharmacist initiation of COVID-19 oral antiviral medicines as demand skyrockets, but GP group says doctors should remain mainstay The Pharmacy Guild and the PSA are calling …

A Tribunal has examined whether a former intern’s impairment constituted “a fundamental deficiency of character and integrity so serious to warrant his removal from the profession” A former pharmacy intern …

Capitalisation Rate versus adjustments: what’s more important in a pharmacy business sale? Natalie Sirianni explains the calculations you need to know When I’m selling a pharmacy business, the first question …

A many-sided stoush about vaping and pharmacy kickbacks, COVID news and the PSA conference all made news this week This week saw controversy over vaping rear its head, with News …

In this podcast, pharmacists discuss the evolution of the profession’s role, along with the challenges, and excitement and opportunities, that this brings Our podcast host Carlene McMaugh speaks to a …

Issues have arisen with some PBS claims for ezetimibe following item and streamline code changes at the start of August  Changes to the PBS listing of ezetimibe (Ezetrol), which kicked …

Pharmacists play a key role in prescribing, dispensing and counselling around emergency contraception, but there are still barriers to access Emergency contraception (EC) is an important tool in the arsenal …

Pharmacist named Young Tall Poppy of Science for her research into medicine safety among older people Dr Renly Lim, from the University of South Australia, has been recognised with a …

After multiple legal cases involving substance abuse this year, experts are warning pharmacists to consider how personal issues can start to affect work life While impairment among pharmacists is relatively …

A pharmacist claimed she was copying colleagues when she dispensed drugs for self-administration without a script An inexperienced pharmacist was working “extremely long” hours without sufficient support when she made …