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We’re now in the final quarter of the 2018 calendar year, and Natalie Sirianni reviews and assesses the year to date in terms of pharmacy …

Jarrod McMaugh and Carlene McMaugh talk device technique, thunderstorm asthma and treatment for allergic rhinitis Despite the name, seasonal rhinitis is actually a perennial issue …

The latest views published by the AMA seek to take Australian healthcare policy back into the silos that hampered it for so long, says Anthony …

Karalyn Huxhagen rounds up some of the best educational (and entertaining) podcasts for pharmacists As the furious race to the 30.9.18 happened and we all …

Sorting out your pharmacy’s workflow is crucial to transforming its health services and value to patients say Glenn Guilfoyle and Paul Jaffar There is much …

Louis Roller takes a look at COPD and practice points for pharmacists “When you can’t breathe … nothing else matters” COPD is characterised by airflow …

Here’s what you need to know about the new laws that require notification regarding patient data breaches, by Stephanie McGrath Earlier this year, Australia enacted laws …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Patients with underuse or overuse of inhaled corticosteroids have different perceptions and beliefs regarding COPD and …

Bruce Annabel and Mal Scrymgeour explore whether pharmacy is trying to have its cake (or calamari) and eat it as well We both like hot …

Karalyn Huxhagen unpicks the ways in which pharmacists should be utilised in residential aged care… with appropriate remuneration The recent announcement of the Royal Commission …

A national residential medication chart is urgently required if we are to begin to fix one pharmacy-relevant aspect of the aged care crisis, says Anthony …

All pharmacists should be called clinical pharmacists, and to differentiate roles we should simply use the setting in which they practice, argues Alicia Martin Earlier …