Only 3,000 people live there – yet the people of Bonny Hills gathered 2,813 signatures to get their own pharmacy… and won Visiting Bonny Hills …

The ACT is the latest jurisdiction to expand the availability of vaccination by trained pharmacists The ACT Government has announced that appropriately trained community pharmacists …

Researchers say a new report “lifts the lid” on a significant new synthetic opioid market on the dark net A new study from the Australian …

As Australia enters federal election mode, it’s been a busy week in politics and in pharmacy This week Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the much-anticipated …

Leading doctors and the PSA’s Chris Freeman have called for full Federal Government subsidy for methadone treatment, as concerns over opioid dependency grow Out of …

Australian pain stakeholders have spoken out about the unintended consequences of limiting opioid prescribing, as the US makes new recommendations on the matter The US …

British MP regrets pharmacy funding cuts; new UK pharmacy minister; US pharmacy staff save a life UK: A Conservative MP has told Chemist+Druggist that he …

The Australian Medical Association says pharmacist prescribing would be a ‘fundamental conflict of interest’ The AMA has published its response to the Board’s discussion paper …

With another new case of measles identified in NSW and Queensland, Health Minister Greg Hunt has announced an awareness campaign about the disease and its …

A state Guild Councillor says it’s “unfair and spurious” to link the Pharmacy Guild’s 2018 engagement with One Nation to recent revelations about the right-wing …

The SHPA has supported FIP’s report on the capability and capacity of pharmacists in the prevention, early detection and management of non-communicable diseases The International …

This week we saw an early Budget handed down, with some goodies for pharmacy included The April 2 Federal Budget included boosts to the AHI …