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This article looks at the different types of infectious rashes that most commonly present in childhood and identify features that can help distinguish the different types of rashes. By Morna …

ADHD is a neurodevelopmental condition that affects many adults and children. Pharmacists play a significant role in educating patients and families about ADHD medications and the importance of adherence, as …

This one-hour webinar presentation is designed to help pharmacists understand how the brain responds to unprecedented uncertainty, and how to shift the brain from surviving to thriving during the COVID-19 …

As the population ages, more Australians are likely to be affected by COPD. However, this condition can be managed effectively through timely care to prevent deterioration and hospitalisation. Pharmacists can …

Pharmacists need to be aware of the potential occupational health and safety hazards presented by some drugs and adopt appropriate, safe practices that minimise or eliminate potential for risk when …

Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is the most common cause of symptomatic vaginitis in diagnosed cases, with the most commonly affected group being young, sexually active women. Pharmacists need to be able …

Sodium valproate is contra-indicated in pregnancy in Australia and New Zealand, unless there is no suitable alternative option. However, sodium valproate is still being prescribed for women of childbearing age. …