The RUM Project will be conducting a fresh audit to analyse the latest on medication disposal across Australia A research team from Griffith University has been appointed by the Return and …

Effective therapies mean the number of people progressing to AIDS is lower than ever, but HIV is still spreading Key researchers and stakeholders have announced that AIDS progress in Australia is …

Nearly two weeks into the transition, some patients have reportedly been unable to access supplies From 1 July, the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) implemented changes to its supply services. The …

Latest research shows diabetes burden is larger than estimated and rates of amputations in Australia are seriously high A study led by Monash University researchers has found there may be …

The Guild, PSA and AMA have responded to the Turnbull government’s re-election National President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia, George Tambassis, has passed on his congratulations to the Coalition …

Two Zika vaccines have been declared successful in mice – welcome news as the virus has already cost many unborn lives The success of two vaccines in mice is a “remarkable …

One of the confirmed Victorians to have measles travelled interstate to Brisbane while infected A fifth case of measles has been confirmed by the Victorian Department of Health. The person is a …

Home Medicine Reviews (HMRs) help the pharmacist to scope out the patient’s home and have that added personal touch, although some changes need to be made Home-based primary care has …

NSW Health is urging the community to wash their hands and stay home if affected by gastroenteritis, following an increase in emergency department presentations across the state More than 1600 …

The ABC has removed the controversial program on the dangers of Wi-Fi from its website Maryanne Demasi has been suspended from on-air assignments until at least September after an investigation found the …

He was sentenced to 10 months jail but immediately appealed and was granted bail A Sydney pharmacist who repeatedly drugged a female colleague after she refused his sexual advances has …

Those aged 15-24 years old have the highest rates of poisoning by pharmaceuticals in Australia The majority of cases involve non-opioid analgesics and are the result of intentional self-harm, the Australian Institute …