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Jessica Kaufman, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and Margie Danchin, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, take a look at how everyone can spread the pro-vaccination message The World Health Organisation (WHO) has named …

Always going the extra mile for patients and being open every day of the year has proven a successful formula for Wilkinson’s Pharmacy, Burnie, the sixth of our 2019 Pharmacy …

Christina Victor, Brunel University London, takes a look at loneliness and its medicalisation Loneliness affects people of all ages, young as much as old. It’s now seen as so serious it’s …

Pharmacists have an enormous capacity for doing good and making a difference in the lives of people who come in our doors, says Veronica Nou Veronica Nou, 37, a pharmacist …

Focusing on processes and procedures has led to a novel workflow that has led Terry White Chemmart Mount Gravatt to be our fifth Pharmacy of the Year 2019 finalist  A …

Putting aside immediate returns but ensuring long-term sustainability has been a successful strategy for Hardings 24-hour Pharmacy in Brisbane, our fourth Pharmacy of the Year finalist A major financial investment …

A targeted community engagement program, incorporating allied health professionals, is key to ensuring best patient outcomes for Pharmacy 777 Glengarry, the third of our 2019 Pharmacy of the Year finalists …

Despite the plethora of online information, when it comes to children’s health parents will often seek the trusted advice of their local pharmacist Looking after a sick child or infant …

Strong links to their local community are a priority for Flannery’s Pharmacy, Forbes, the second in our series of 2019 Pharmacy of the Year finalists The ongoing shortage of doctors …

Relationships with the local community are crucial to the success of Emerald Plaza Pharmacy, the first in our series profiling the 2019 Pharmacy of the Year finalists  The difficulty in …

As the low-dose codeine upschedule loomed, predictions were made of an increase in crime, an increase in scripts for stronger opioids, and patients left in pain… but did it happen? …

Nicole Lee, Curtin University and Jarryd Bartle, RMIT University look at the legal history of a number of illicit drugs Drug-related offences take up a lot of the resources within Australia’s …