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The renewed call by doctors’ groups to open up pharmacy ownership to non-pharmacists beggars belief given the medical profession’s own experiences with corporatisation, says Anthony …

A letter sent to PSA on 8 August 2018 by the Small Pharmacies Group about the GP pharmacist model The Small Pharmacies Group has raised important …

Recent comments by Chemist Warehouse’s Damian Gance could undermine the credibility of the profession, writes Paul Jaffar The Inquiry into the establishment of a pharmacy …

After all the fracas, the Medically Supervised Injecting Room is hitting all KPIs, as NSW calls for more rooms in needy areas, writes Angelo Pricolo …

While most pharmacies will carry on operating ‘business as usual’ come the 1 October cuts, more strategic ones will look for ways to offset the …

Chris Brooker takes a look at the future of pharmacy Have you ever considered what stress coopers (the profession, not the excellent South Australian brewery) …

Can herbal ingredients and formulas really help to shorten a cold? asks Carl Gibson Herbal cough, cold and flu products have often been developed with …

Angelo Pricolo examines the main reasons patients cease, or don’t access, therapies for opioid dependence… and why many pharmacies don’t offer it We know that …

A GP’s call for collaboration with pharmacists is welcome, but must mutual respect is vital, writes Anthony Tassone The call by RACGP stalwart and former …

Age, gender, race, sexuality or physical ability should not exclude an individual, but rather be seen as a valuable asset, writes Sam Flood Like all …

How can GPs and pharmacists work to address the issue of opioid prescribing in Australia? asks Michael Wong Australia is currently facing a significant opioid …

Sniping and insults from GP representatives will not stop advocacy for evidence-based role expansion of pharmacists to deliver more accessible healthcare, writes Anthony Tassone The decision …