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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 …

Guild warns of excess stock in the pharmacy network and urges pharmacists to return expiring doses to avoid future criticism The president of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia has urged …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Atopic dermatitis and bathing Atopic dermatitis be improved with more baths or showers. Moisturizers (ointment or thick creams) should be applied …

Ways pharmacists can allay people’s safety, efficacy and other concerns over vaccines are described in a new resource published by the International Pharmaceutical Federation “Supoptimal acceptance of the COVID-19 vaccine …

Compounding was carried out on an open bench used to store food and drinks in one pharmacy, while others diluted commercial eye drops to create a non-sterile final product Pharmacies …

An inexperienced pharmacist-in-charge was working 60-hour weeks and compounding Hepatitis C drugs to try and save patients money, a Tribunal has heard The owner and pharmacist in charge of a …

Pharmacist to head up one of the most comprehensive post-marketing surveillance studies of prescription opioids in Australia A retrospective population-based cohort study will be looking at all adult NSW residents …

Regularly having to forgo work breaks and overtime pay and being expected to fund her own vaccination training, this pharmacist filed a claim – and won California pharmacist Afrouz Nikmanesh …

With many Australians again enjoying new freedoms, COVID-19 remained at the forefront of pharmacy news this week… especially anti-vaccinators We heard from Honor Penprase, a Canberra pharmacist who was attacked …

Takeaway doses for opioid pharmacotherapy increased due to COVID-19 and gave patients more flexibility, but a leading pharmacist says there is a lack of financial support The COVID-19 pandemic brought …

A man has been jailed for up to eight and a half years after he ram-raided pharmacies, racking up 30 offences in five days Canberra media have reported on the …

The World Health Organization and partners have issued an urgent call for concrete action to better protect health and care workers worldwide from COVID-19 and other health issues The organizations …

Pharmacy historian Ralph Tapping takes a look at the long, and sometimes dubious, history of products labelled as ‘tonics’ Through the past couple of centuries, mankind has always been looking …