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Pharmacies and other businesses may not be able to stay open if the general public won’t change its behaviour to limit the spread of COVID-19, says one leading pharmacist David …

Monash researchers have played a leading role in an international collaboration on medicines management for vulnerable people Researchers from Monash University’s Centre for Medicine Use and Safety and the National …

A pharmacist has been charged with supply of prohibited drugs after being caught with large amounts of GBL, ketamine, amphetamine, heroin and cocaine A 28-year-old Sydney man has been arrested …

New data show that more than 40% of respondents who had a flu shot earlier this year did so for reasons relating to COVID-19 Findings from the Amcal and Guardian …

A pharmacy south-west of Sydney has had a staff member test positive for COVID-19 The COVID-19 problem in NSW continues to grow, with 13 new cases diagnosed in the 24 …

Telehealth GP providers will now be required to have an existing, continuous relationship with a patient, as the AMA slams current options in pharmacy Health Minister Greg Hunt has announced …

A leading pharmacist says the Fair Work decision shows a “complete lack of respect” for members of the profession Last week, the AJP reported on the Fair Work Commission (FWC) …

E-scripts are being successfully dispensed at community pharmacies in Launceston One of Tasmania’s first e-prescriptions was dispensed at TerryWhite Chemmart Prospect Vale in Launceston last week, the Pharmacy Guild Tasmanian …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Risk of major bleeding among users of direct oral anticoagulants combined with interacting drugs A population‐based nested case–control study has shown …

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in different parts of the country, one pharmacy leader says pressure on pharmacy is growing “As a community pharmacy owner in Melbourne I can …

Chemist Warehouse has temporarily closed a facility after a worker tested positive for COVID-19, and says it won’t impact stock availability for its pharmacies Late last week CW management, which …

Monash University student Ethan Kreutzer will serve as president for the 2020/21 term The National Australian Pharmacy Students’ Association (NAPSA) has announced its new executive for the 2020/21 term, after …