As parts of Australia swelter through a heatwave, we take a look at the last week in pharmacy… PSA president Chris Freeman wrote to pharmacy …

A doctor has been reprimanded for self-prescribing and prescribing in the name of his then partner The Medical Board of Australia has published details of …

The PSA has asked community pharmacy banner and buying groups not to stock or promote homeopathic products These pharmacy groups should “draw a line in …

Dementia Australia has slammed the misuse of antipsychotic drugs and restraints in nursing homes following new reports In September 2018, the ABC’s Four Corners program …

A measles outbreak in NSW – where pharmacists have just been granted the ability to administer the MMR vaccine – has prompted health stakeholders to …

The TGA has warned consumers about dangers associated with purchasing electronic cigarette liquid, following a study which found harmful ingredients This week the Medical Journal …

Potential no-deal Brexit sees pharmacists needing greater powers to handle shortages; Mississippi ex-pharmacist arrested for selling drugs at florist shop; pharmacist saves coworker UK: Britain’s …

Personal problems and feeling “underappreciated” by his employer were reasons a former Priceline Pharmacy manager gave for stealing nearly $750,000 from the pharmacy But the …

Policy around chronic pain must be strongly influenced by the voices of those who matter most – those living with chronic pain themselves AJP spoke …

A pharmacist had “glazed eyes” and “incoherent speech” and stumbled into objects when he showed up to work one day in 2016 The Pharmacy Board …

Harm minimisation stakeholders and the family of a young woman who died over the weekend have urged politicians to trial pill testing And community pharmacies …

An anonymous doctor has told media more than 200 people are being turned away from GP surgeries a day in Ballarat alone… but pharmacists want …