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AJP speaks with Anthony Tassone, president of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia (Victoria) about rural workforce issues, working with other healthcare stakeholders and the 7CPA 

AJP speaks with NSW Guild president David Heffernan about rural pharmacy issues, the 7CPA and getting movement on pharmacy services in our biggest state

It’s 10 years this week since Fred IT demonstrated Australia’s first electronic script at APP 2009. We caught up with Paul Naismith just after stepping off the big stage at …

With the changes to codeine access, new trends have emerged in the pain category presenting opportunities for pharmacists to grow their business. James Meins, group marketing manager at GSK explains.

With the dual complexities of clinical and retail, many pharmacists feel as though managing a store is becoming a bit of a juggling act. To explore this further, we spoke …

AJP speaks to Katrina McCarter, Founder & CEO, Marketing to Mums about a massive market that retailers often struggle to communicate to effectively

Pharmacists play a vital role in communities and in aged care. Right now, aged care is under the scrutiny of a Royal Commission with medication management being included in its …

With community pharmacists calling for new products to address the changing needs of their patients, Willach Director John Koot and Country Manager Meg Brideson discuss how customer-centric business design in …

AJP gets the student perspective on the state of pharmacy from NAPSA president Jessica Hsiao 

With changes to consumer behaviour and expectations, there are a number of practical growth opportunities that you can implement in your pharmacy today. We caught up with Michael King, Head …

Juggling the clinical and retail responsibilities of a modern pharmacy business has never been easy for any size of pharmacy – and larger banner groups have additional priorities to juggle. …

Abdominal pain is a common presentation in the pharmacy but the diagnosis can be varied and challenging to differentiate. We caught up with Joyce McSwan straight after her clinical session …