Angelo Pricolo examines how language can matter when helping people with stigmatised conditions We are all susceptible to the negative affects of inappropriate language but also how positive our words …

Angelo Pricolo takes a look at recommendations to help methadone patients, and whether these could help or hinder Unfortunately we have seen another methadone takeaway (T/A) death reported on in …

Angelo Pricolo reviews a mystery novel and interviews its pharmacist author Murder, drugs, romantic liaisons and pharmacy … Dr Rick Morrow, Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology, at Drake University Des Moines in …

What’s the biggest mistake pharmacists make when it comes to wound care? Angelo Pricolo talks to Geoff Sussman Wound Awareness Week runs from 17 – 23 August 2020. The objective …

Practising with PPE is a daily challenge, writes Angelo Pricolo Wearing a mask when going for a walk is tedious but spare a thought for healthcare professionals doing their usual …

Communication is key in navigating the pandemic, writes Angelo Pricolo If road rules and parking restrictions are a window into a society and its flexibility (see my recent column ‘La …

Angelo Pricolo reports on a first for pharmacists and some vulnerable patients alike On a chilly Friday winter’s morning in Melbourne, it was time to start a new episode in …

Angelo Pricolo examines a more relaxed way to look at life… and the importance of flexibility On a recent holiday to Italy, for the first time with wife and kids, …

An Australian S8 first once again raises the question of MBS numbers for pharmacists, writes Angelo Pricolo Patients are the real winners as Victorian pharmacists will become the first in …

During the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s vital not to lose sight of the needs of patients on opioid replacement therapy, writes Angelo Pricolo Withdrawal from heroin is one of the biggest …

Should more common sense be applied to drug labelling? asks Angelo Pricolo Have the medico legal requirements followed by pharmacists for the labeling of medicines taken a wrong turn? The …

Why are some jurisdictions dragging their feet on real-time monitoring? asks Angelo Pricolo As Victoria powers ahead with the Australia’s first automated Real-Time Prescription Monitoring (RTPM) system, the elephant in …