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During the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s vital not to lose sight of the needs of patients on opioid replacement therapy, writes Angelo Pricolo Withdrawal from heroin is one of the biggest …

Rural pharmacists are being stonewalled by authorities and feeling anything but assured, argues the Rural Pharmacy Network Australia While pharmacy leaders and wholesalers parade in the media seeking to reassure …

I am sitting here with concerned and uncomfortable feelings… Stronger than these intense emotions, is the huge sense of responsibility I feel, writes Jennifer Kirschner From my home desk today, …

Pharmacists Mohamed Kaoud and Mahmoud Galal have written to Prime Minister Scott Morrison, calling for help with both protecting and recognising the profession AJP has published their letter in full …

Pharmacists are dealing with a unique situation in the COVID-19 pandemic. Kay Dunkley from the Pharmacists’ Support Service describes some ways you can lessen the resultant stress, plus what you …

Pharmacists are coming under attack from some patients, and it has to stop, says Catherine Bronger The COVID-19 crisis has once again seen community pharmacies rise to the occasion and …

With community pharmacy showing its worth in the bushfire disaster and being asked to step up during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, why is the government willing to risk the network, …

In the second of a series, Kim Brotherson, Pharmacy 777 Managing Director, discusses five crucial objectives for the 7CPA In the first of this series, we looked at the scene …

In the first of a two-part series, Kim Brotherson, Pharmacy 777 Managing Director, looks at the key points we should be focusing on to build a sustainable future for community …

Put aged care support where it belongs, argues Guild NSW branch president David Heffernan in response to news of increased Home Medicine Review caps In its haste to be seen to be …

The Government’s current narrow focus on 60-day dispensing and the $1 discount is doing little to ease fears that universal access to medicines is under threat from its determination to …

The reality of medication reviews is a program full of band-aids and add-ons, argues Karalyn Huxhagen When Home Medicine Reviews (HMRs) were launched, we were promised interactive programs with GPs …