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The groundswell of opinion indicates that community pharmacy has an image problem among students  We’ve received a large number of comments on our recent article ‘Why pharmacists are leaving the …

Antibiotics used in the treatment of lower respiratory tract infections associated with COPD and CF: Discrepancies in guidelines Letter to the editor, by Nazrul Islam*,1,2 and Debbie Rigby3,4 Australian Medicines …

We need an evolution of pharmacy practice that deeply appreciates the effects of loneliness and social isolation on medication adherence, writes Jenny Kirschner Experienced pharmacists scan patients for medication adherence …

Pharmacist and leadership coach Chantelle Turner provides four ways to still create a good outcome when faced with a communication breakdown In a recent situation, I was reminded that regardless …

This new book is a reminder that you’re not alone in the stressed, overwhelmed and burnt-out phase of your pharmacy career, writes Jala Moushi Pharmacist, in charge is a little …

Are you trying to make positive changes in your pharmacy? This is the biggest leadership lesson you need right now, writes Chantelle Turner Many moons ago, I held a staff …

Can pharmacists make a difference? Veronica Nou makes the argument for how to get through to “anti-vaxxers” based on her own experience Anti-vaxxers, or at least the ones I know, …

Is your work life starting to affect your overall health? Curtis Ruhnau believes it’s important to define just why many pharmacists may be struggling to deal with work/life issues    …

After what feels like a never-ending 18 months of lockdowns and pandemic messaging, we’re all just a bit over it. So how should we handle the public’s COVID fatigue? Most …

Social health clinics in community pharmacy are one way to address the issue of loneliness in the era of digital healthcare, writes Jenny Kirschner We are witnessing a seismic shift …

Pharmacists and their staff are displaying incredible courage every day, and this should be recognised and acknowledged, says Curtis Ruhnau  noun: courage: the ability to do something that frightens one; …

Anthony Tassone refutes article that labels the Guild and AMA as Australia’s “biggest, ugliest and most militant unions”  A recent article in The Spectator by Stephen Spartacus asked, “Who benefits …