Too much salt and sugar and not enough exercise, experts say Rebecca Lindberg, Victoria University; Maximilian de Courten, Victoria University, and Rosemary Calder, Victoria University …

A serivce-based, forward pharmacy model is a no-brainer…or is it? asks Glenn Guilfoyle As a stakeholder in the retail pharmacy industry it has become nigh …

Weekly Dose: new morning after pill makes it difficult to choose which to take Esther Lau, Queensland University of Technology; Greg Kyle, Queensland University of …

Thinking of quitting the profession? There’s three things you need to think about first, writes Vanessa Lontos… Recently in pharmacy media both in Australia and …

A reader has commented on a recent PDL column on the importance of using CMI when dispensing a drug to a patient for the first …

Eye and ear care have long been well performing OTC categories yet with greater interaction and the benefit of S3 products up their sleeve, pharmacists …

Here are a few key scenarios highlighting new or unusual products which have been involved in a recent spate of dispensing errors PDL has proven …

Case highlights the importance of providing CMI when a drug is dispensed for the first time, writes John Guy from PDL Providing consumer medication information …

An end-of-financial year overview of the factors impacting the pharmacy business sales market As we reach the end of the 2016 financial year, it is …

Personalised medicine has obvious benefits but has anyone thought about the issues? Nola Ries, University of Newcastle and Dianne Nicol, University of Tasmania US Vice …

SHPA opens the door to research opportunities   The inaugural SHPA Research Think Tank held in June 2016 was the first initiative of the SHPA …

Should there be MBS funding for professional pharmacist services? asks Manya Angley An estimated 2% to 3% of Australian hospital admissions are medication related, representing …