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During the roller coaster ride that’s becoming a parent, new mums and dads may need more help than they’re keen to admit, writes Karalyn Huxhagen Becoming a new parent is …

Debbie Rigby covers the latest research relevant to pharmacists Diagnosis and Management of Diabetes The American Diabetes Association (ADA) published the 2016 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes (Standards) to …

Pharmacists can help identify patients at risk of serious injury from falls, writes Ben Basger Falls may result in serious injury. For example, 12 months after a hip fracture in …

Debbie Rigby covers the latest research relevant to pharmacists Comparative assessment of onabotulinumtoxinA and mirabegron for overactive bladder This study represents the first evaluation of the relative benefits of onabotulinumtoxinA …

Pharmacy no longer need be a ‘discount’ or ‘service’ model. The new ‘optimal pharmacy’ model optimises profits and health outcomes, writes Mouhamad Zoghbi The general consensus between today’s pharmacy leaders …

There are many opportunities for pharmacists to help improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, but it’s a complex area to work in, writes Karalyn …

It’s time to get serious about direct-to-consumer advertising of S3 products, ortherwise known as Pharmacist Only medications, says Dr Deon Schoombie.

Debbie Rigby presents her weekly round-up of the latest clinical research relevant to community pharmacy Comparative assessment of onabotulinumtoxinA and mirabegron for overactive bladder This study represents the first evaluation …

It may be time to change your thinking about osteoarthritis, writes Ben Basger Osteoarthritis is the leading musculoskeletal cause of disability in Western society. It is the most common form …

Are placebos a legitimate tool in helping patients, or is their use unethical or deceptive? wonders Ben Basger The word “placebo” is Latin for “I will please”. Pleasing patients seems …

Debbie Rigby presents the latest clinical findings that pharmacists need to know Identification of factors involved in medication compliance: incorrect inhaler technique of asthma treatment leads to poor compliance A …

Pharmacists can have a key role in helping patients take glaucoma medicines correctly, writes Louis Roller Glaucoma is one of numerous eye diseases and visual impairment which increase threefold with …