Catherine Bronger, National Guild Councillor, discusses women in leadership within the pharmacy sector with AJP editor Chris Brooker. Catherine gives her take on the minister’s address, the dollar discount issue and …

An antiepileptic add-on treatment that has been shown to be effective without the need to titrate for tolerability is now available on the PBS Briviact (brivaracetam) is an add-on therapy …

Half the world’s hypertension patients are inadequately treated, new research has found A global study involving researchers from The University of Western Australia and the Royal Perth Hospital Medical Research …

The National Asthma Council Australia has released a package of new and updated resources for primary care health professionals to help combat the problem of incorrect inhaler technique Research shows …

AJP readers have criticised the training deal between the PSA and Chemist Warehouse Last week, the AJP reported on the launch of PSA’s tailored workforce training, which will see the …

The TGA has issued a warning to consumers not to take Lishou Strong Slimming capsules The TGA tested a substance labelled “Lishou Strong Slimming” capsules and found that they contained …

The gut microbiota is a key aspect of healthy growth and development. At APP 2018 we caught up with Giaan Rooney, former competitive swimmer and Lifespace Ambassador, to speak about …

The Medicines Partnership of Australia has welcomed the Government’s additional PBS investment in the Budget, although it initially expressed concerns about expenditure The Medicines Partnership of Australia (MPA), which includes …

The move will bring expertise to the organisation at a time when membership is reportedly “reaching new heights” The Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia (SHPA) has announced a newly …

Priceline Pharmacy Menai is the 2018 GuildCare Pharmacy of the Year The 2018 GuildCare Pharmacy of the Year has been awarded to NSW Priceline Pharmacy, Menai. In second place was …

Inefficient pharmaceutical supply chains are partly to blame for a substantial proportion of the world still being without access to basic life-saving medicines, says FIP The International Pharmaceutical Federation’s new …

A leader in the pharmacology of drugs used to treat cancer has been appointed to head UniSA’s School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences Professor Alan Boddy will join the School …