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Debbie Rigby presents the latest research new relevant to pharmacy It is time to stop prescribing oral salbutamol There is minimal evidence to support the use of oral salbutamol for …

As well as helping Australians access bowel cancer screening kits, pharmacists can help educate them about the risks, writes Louis Roller Bowel cancer (also known as colorectal cancer, colon cancer or rectal …

Lists for GPs of specialised pharmacies could set some worrying precedents, writes Jarrod McMaugh The relationship between a patient, their doctor, and their pharmacist is a complex system made up …

Debbie Rigby presents the latest research relevant to pharmacists from around the world An In-Depth Analysis of Patient-Reported Outcomes in Patients With Chronic Hepatitis C Treated With Different Anti-Viral Regimens …

The latest research news relevant to pharmacy, compiled by Debbie Rigby Varenicline for smoking cessation: a narrative review of efficacy, adverse effects, use in at-risk populations, and adherence Varenicline is …

Pharmacists can help people to identify when they need to investigate vision changes, write Dr Esther Lau and Professor Lisa Nissen That row of bath tiles you know are straight, …

The community pharmacy revolution is here. Join now or run away, warns Mouhamad Zoghbi The community pharmacy is fighting to survive. Aggressive price disclosures cost the average pharmacy $90,000 in …

Debbie Rigby presents the latest research news relevant to pharmacy Association Between Sitagliptin Use and Heart Failure Hospitalization and Related Outcomes in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Previous trial results have …

Pharmacists can play a key role in advising on their patients’ CVD risk and how to mitigate it, writes Louis Roller Cardiovascular disease (CVD) continues to have a major effect …

Debbie Rigby wraps up the latest research news relevant to pharmacists… Systematic review of red yeast rice compared with simvastatin in dyslipidaemia Red yeast rice is believed to be a …

Your trash—someone else’s treasure? Not necessarily, write Judith A Singleton, Esther TL Lau and Lisa M Nissen What if we told you the antibiotics your patients threw in the garbage …

People with asthma need a better understanding of the illness, writes Louis Roller Over two million Australians have asthma—about one in 10 adults and about one in nine or 10 …