Epilepsy: by Associate Professor Louis Roller, Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Monash University

While many Australians know somebody who lives with lymphoedema, a far smaller number of people actually know what the condition is called, or understand that a persistent swelling is something …

Australian Governments should look at international best practices to facilitate better healthcare rationing as they grapple with health budget challenges, says a new health policy issues brief by Elizabeth Martin, …

Medicines Australia is calling on the Australian Government to recognise the ongoing sustainability of the PBS resulting from reforms introduced in collaboration with the industry, in its submission to the …

Distinguished medical researcher Professor Anne Kelso AO has been appointed the new CEO of the National Health and Medical Research Council. The Minister for Health, Sussan Ley says Professor Kelso …

The accepted wisdom that moderate consumption of alcohol may protect against cardiovascular disease is in doubt, with a new study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) challenging the belief. …

The Guild has defended the Super Pharmacy Plus in Stafford, which was the subject of a report in some News Ltd outlets this morning querying why a “chemist” could own …

The Western Australian Department of Health has approved the PSA’s Pharmacist Immunisation Training, adding yet another Australian jurisdiction moving towards pharmacist-delivered vaccinations. Under the WA legislation, pharmacists are recognised as …

The next Community Pharmacy Agreement (6CPA) is the most important issue for community pharmacy owners and their staff and our number one priority at the Guild, national executive director David …

Managing patients with fatigue can present a range of challenges for GPs and other health professionals, so as part of the NPS MedicineWise program Back to basics for fatigue: a …

The Pharmacy Guild supports the Prime Minister’s statement today that while there has been some improvement on Closing the Gap, there is much more to be done. Community pharmacy continues …

Alzheimer’s Australia has urged the Federal Government to expand and continue investment in dementia-specific care and support services such as the Younger Onset Dementia Key Worker Program (YODKWP). “There is …