Pollies line up to get their flu vaccinations in pharmacy Flu vaccination have started being administered in pharmacies and doctor’s surgeries across Australia this month. …

More than 13,000 Australians each year may be at risk of developing a persistent opioid habit following elective surgery, according to a BMJ study New …

In the first instalment of our series on pharmacist-doctor collaboration, we speak with two Canberra health practitioners about how they work together Almost every week …

Despite facing PBS reform and intense competition, API reports $25 million net profit after tax and $2 billion in revenue in its half-year results for …

University of Sydney’s Pharmacy Student of the Year Katelyn Ingram is busy learning everything there is to know about the profession Pharmacy student Katelyn Ingram …

A pharmacist has had his registration cancelled after stealing nearly 1000 oxycodone tablets and using them while at work A NSW man who was employed …

Health Minister and 24-hr pharmacy owner to pay $64,000 in costs over Federal Court decision – but the pharmacy could still go ahead In January …

Guild leaders highlight doctor article, saying it confirms what they’ve been saying about ‘five-minute medicine’ A Sydney general practitioner has written an article for The …

Pharmacists should be empowered by the incoming government, says PSA in response to the election date announcement Following this week’s Federal election date announcement, the …

RACGP and CHF have called on the Federal government to rethink its 60-day dispense decision, but the Guild tells doctors to stop ‘meddling in pharmacy …

Funds raised this year will be going to the Brain Tumour Alliance Australia in honour of a NAPSA member recently diagnosed with glioblastoma NAPSA’s Charity …

Hunt has responded in Parliament to a petition to extend government payment of s100 co-payments citing state and territory jurisdiction, the PBS and the $1 …