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How does a pharmacy go about maximising the benefits of its loyalty program, for patients and for itself? Sarah Rendell looks at the options  “Would you like to join our …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Impact of P-glycoprotein and/or CYP3A4-interacting drugs on effectiveness and safety of NOACs in patients with atrial fibrillation A meta-analysis of 15 …

Being a pharmacy cheerleader is about motivating your team, having a vision and driving solutions through performance and rewards As president of the Unites States of America from 1933 to …

As a dentist, Alex Park has given a lot of needles to small children. Here are his tips on making the experience easier for everyone From the 10th of January …

Good manners are what holds our society together, but they can be in short supply in some situations says Angelo Pricolo The way we are expected to behave in various …

Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest in research news Pandora’s box: Paxlovid, prescribing, pharmacists and pandemic This editorial provides practical guidance on identifying and managing drug interactions with …

Does joining a banner group increase your chance of success? And what should you consider before choosing one? We ask the experts Part of the motivation for the formation of …

Pharmacists can help identify people who may be at risk of developing diabetes, and help in prevention, writes Jala Moushi Contributing to 11% of Australian deaths in 2018, diabetes is …

Ensuring you are covered for incidents such as dispensing errors, vaccinations, incorrect clinical advice, statutory and/or regulatory complaints Professional Indemnity Insurance (PI insurance or PII) may seem like an uninteresting …

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 …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Cluster headache in adults Cluster headache is characterised by attacks of very severe, unilateral headache lasting 15–180 minutes, up to eight …

Now that the Moderna Spikevax vaccine has been approved for children 6-11 years, PDL has offered members some advice The ATAGI approval of Moderna Spikevax for the primary vaccination of …