Joyce McSwan, Managing Director of PainWise speaks with the AJP about trends in chronic disease management and taking a holistic approach to pain management in the pharmacy.

More than 1,000 delegates, six streams, pre-conference workshops, three main conference days and, last but not least, one unforgettable gala dinner… Early bird registrations have opened for Medicines Management 2018, …

Pregnant women should always check with a healthcare professional before taking any medicine, says ASMI The Australian Self Medication Industry (ASMI) has reminded consumers that pregnant women should always check …

Dr Catherine Duggan, CEO of the International Pharmaceutical Federation will deliver a keynote address on pharmacist innovation at PSA18 Dr Duggan will speak on Friday July 27, focusing on international …

The Australian Pharmaceutical Formulary and Handbook 24th edition (APF24) and the new digital APF were launched today by the PSA APF24, the everyday guide to pharmacy practice, was officially launched …

A pharmacy manager has been forbidden to apply for re-registration for 18 months, and temporarily prohibited from working in any environment where he could access S8 or addictive drugs Sydney …

The Nocturnal Enuresis Resource Kit is now available ahead of World Bedwetting Day on 29 May The 2nd edition of the Australian Nocturnal Enuresis Resource Kit is now available to …

Powered by consumer insight, GSK is translating consumer and healthcare research into product innovation. Earlier this month we caught up with Andrew Prott, Learning and Development Manager at GSK to talk …

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 …