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Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Atypical Femur Fracture Risk versus Fragility Fracture Prevention with Bisphosphonates In this large cohort study, the risk of atypical femur fracture …

A pharmacy owner has been reprimanded and must practise under “onerous” conditions after more than 10,000 Endone tablets went missing due to an employee’s actions The pharmacist is the sole …

The Health Minister says continued dispensing will remain in place for now, while the payment to pharmacies for delivering medicines is likely to become permanent Speaking to the World Pharmacy …

One pharmacy stakeholder group has issued a policy statement on moving towards a sustainable remuneration model for professional services “A common concern among pharmacy associations worldwide is the long-term financial …

World Pharmacists Day, which takes place this week, is now in its 10th year as pharmacists around the world help in the COVID-19 crisis Friday September 25 has been designated …

The issue of vaccination came to the fore this week, as well as an international focus with FIP holding its virtual meeting Researchers from the University of Sydney’s Pharmacy School …

Weight loss and muscle atrophy in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease are linked with increased morbidity and mortality. Yet malnutrition remains under-diagnosed and undertreated, The World Health Organisation defines …

Priceline has apologised to customers after four pharmacies were found to be stocking fake skincare “We are aware that four Sydney based Priceline Pharmacy franchise stores improperly obtained and sold …

TGA warns off advertising for first aid creams containing a cancelled NSAID  The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is reminding advertisers that first aid creams containing bufexamac cannot be advertised to …

Two men have been charged after three separate incidents in which pharmacies were robbed Upper Coomera, Queensland: Police have arrested a 17-year-old boy over two break-and-enters at the same Upper …

The Pharmacy Board and seven others have increased their annual registration fees, five Boards have frozen theirs, while Chinese medicine and chiropractic fees are reduced by up to 15% The …

The government is investing more than $2 billion towards extending COVID-19 health measures for a further six months The Federal Government is providing more than $2 billion to extend a …