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What are the ten most commonly dispensed, and the ten most expensive drugs on the PBS at the moment?  A drug used to treat eye conditions such as macular degeneration …

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Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Association of Therapies with Reduced Pain and Improved Quality of Life in Patients with Fibromyalgia In this systematic review, the effectiveness …

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Account and device passwords are the first line of defence in the fight against malicious actors and passwords should be strong, memorable and unique, says one stakeholder On International Computer …

A pharmacist hid his suspension from his pregnant wife and kept working after he was found to be misappropriating, and inappropriately ordering and selling, diabetes test strips A hearing of …

Low-dose Xarelto has been listed on the PBS in combination with aspirin, for the prevention of major cardiovascular events in high-risk patients While pharmacists have been familiar with Xarelto (rivaroxaban) …

What steps can pharmacy owners take to help prevent their business from succumbing to the external forces that threaten disaster? Bruce Annabel & Mal Scrymgeour investigate We recently watched a …

As we head into a weekend that’s predicted to be a scorcher for many parts of the country, we take a look at the week that was in Australian pharmacy …

In the second of a two-part series, Ron Batagol looks at the changes in hospital pharmacy practice since the 1970s In the first of these articles, I provided a short …

Almost two-thirds of Australians support pill testing at music festivals, according to new research that also reveals how opinions are highly polarised across the political spectrum. Data from the 2019 …

November is almost over, so time is running out to support AJP editor Chris Brooker and the MoFoes to raise funds for PSS  Pharmacists have been pushed to their limits …