PDL are seeing an increase in reports of consumers being given medication which is not their own and intended for another person In 2016, incident reports of this nature comprised …

People living with serious mental health issues are significantly more likely to be obese, have diabetes and high cholesterol Simon Rosenbaum, Society For Mental Health Research Early Career Fellow, UNSW Australia; Katherine …

Ethics and evidence essential when advertising services, says PSA national president Joe Demarte The shift to offering professional services in community pharmacies has gathered momentum over the past year and …

There’s nothing quite like the sound of snoring as the ultimate sleep interrupter, writes Jason Amatoury Jason Amatoury, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Biomedical Engineer, Upper Airway Physiologist, Neuroscience Research Australia There’s nothing …

New opportunity for PhD – Industry Scholarship in pharmacy professional services UTS: Pharmacy in conjunction with Ventura Health is offering a unique opportunity for a pharmacist to become deeply involved …

Pharmacy owners who are anxious, overworked and ill equipped to plan and take control of their business are not alone, says Linda Miller Christmas trading often forces planning to the …

Australia’s only event focusing on e-prescribing and electronic medication management is to be held in Sydney this year The 6th Annual eMedication Management Conference will take place on 14-15 March …

Happy New Year to PDL members! Pharmacy interns who are currently becoming registered please contact PDL to ensure your professional indemnity insurance cover is up to date and active by …

EDs, GPs and community pharmacies need to overcome barriers to working together, writes Angel Gonzalez There is no question that community pharmacies could play a more valuable role in health …

Australia’s regulation of complementary medicines claims is badly flawed, write Sasha Hall and Tiana Moutafis The regulation of listed complementary medicines has become an increasingly important consumer issue. As part …

Keeping one step ahead of pollen triggers for thunderstorm asthma Ed Newbigin, University of Melbourne; Alfredo Huete, University of Technology Sydney; Beth Ebert, Australian Bureau of Meteorology; Janet Davies, Queensland …

A call to participate in a University of Sydney study about using computerised technology during medication review (HMR, RMMR or both) for patients with dementia Are you an accredited pharmacist …