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From 1 November 2021 AJP.com.au will be accessible only to pharmacists and other healthcare professionals. Find out how to log in and stay in This move will ensure the continued …

This week the headlines were all about employment conditions, including wages, as well as more COVID news Melbourne pharmacist Pardeep Singh crunched some numbers this week, finding that the choice …

Pharmacies are set to take “a much bigger role” in vaccinations as adverse event data reveals they are on par with docs, according to a leading group Pharmacists have been …

Ear, nose and throat (ENT) symptoms are common in the community, with many people making pharmacy their first stop for treatment and advice Many studies, both here and overseas, have …

Two pharmacies held up, while a dispute sees a third suffer damage Melbourne: A man reportedly drove at an acquaintance, throwing him into a pharmacy’s doors, and damaged the pharmacy …

The TGA has issued an infringement notice to a Queenslander for allegedly advertising homeopathic immunisation The Therapeutic Goods Administration announced this week that it has given the notice, costing $2,664 …

Pharmacists have the accessibility to play a greater role in mental health, but they need more training and support to do so, says MP Emma McBride Speaking in the House …

Scaling up take-home naloxone over the next decade to reach people on prescribed opioids would save hundreds of lives, researchers argue based on new modelling Research led by the Burnet …

PDL to host Stand up for Mental Health virtual comedy event Pharmaceutical Defence Limited (PDL) is hosting a virtual stand-up comedy event on Wednesday 15 December 2021. It will be …

There are many approaches to managing irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), writes Louis Roller Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) affects the colon (large bowel), and although it is not dangerous, it can …

November 1946, and in the aftermath of World War 2, regulators are wondering what to do with the wonder drug, Penicillin, while pharmacists call for national legislative uniformity Meanwhile, pharmacy …

The Australian Government is reducing the claim threshold of the no fault COVID-19 Vaccine Claims Scheme The Morrison Government is reducing the claim threshold of the no fault COVID-19 Vaccine Claims …

Pharmacist notifications during 2020/21 were on par with those of other health professions, while AHPRA says all but two recommendations to improve notifier safety now implemented  A total of 634 …