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Net harm from drug use has plummeted since Portugal changed the way it tackles the problem, writes Angelo Pricolo On a rainy night in Sydney …

Does the AMA’s support for pharmacists working in general practice represent a policy shift for the doctor’s organisation, or is something else at play? asks …

Pharmacists should be grabbing opportunities to positively impact on the health of patients with both hands, write Dr Shane Jackson and Dr Chris Freeman Dr …

Government decision not to ban homeopathy sales from pharmacies is a mistake, argues Bruce Baer Arnold By Bruce Baer Arnold, University of Canberra Last year a …

Recent medicine reforms, in particular those for complementary medicines, make manufacturers more accountable for product claims, writes Deon Schoombie Complementary medicines are regulated as medicines …

Pharmacists should be allowed access to NIP flu vaccines to boost the number of people vaccinated and increase herd immunity, writes Anthony Tassone Warnings that …

A national real-time prescription monitoring system must happen as a priority, says Anthony Tassone The need for a real time prescription monitoring system to prevent …

The ‘Methadone madness’ story run by a current affairs program was highly irresponsible, writes Anthony Tassone This was an appalling piece trying desperately to parade …

We might be better off managing energy than time, writes Marianne Choong Have you ever wished that you could sense time?  Imagine that all clocks …

Why can’t pharmacists directly access the PBS for their patients? wonders Angelo Pricolo Many times we have heard various people, organisations or even other governments …

Response to article published in the AJP—The People’s Choice by Ian Carr In the AJP February, 2018 [and published online this week], your feature writer …

Public health advocate Dr Ken Harvey shares his concerns about the Therapeutic Goods Amendment Bill 2017, which is currently before the Senate I have previously …