The AJP Podcast https://ajp.com.au/podcast/ The podcast by pharmacists, for pharmacists, brought to you by the AJP. Each episode, join a diverse panel of pharmacists from all settings and experience levels discussing topics that affect pharmacists in day to day practice – such as ability & gender diversity in pharmacy, and medicinal cannabis. Fri, 13 Dec 2019 07:00:58 +0000 en-AU © 2019 AJP The podcast by pharmacists, for pharmacists Australian Journal of Pharmacy episodic Australian Journal of Pharmacy admin@ajp.com.au The podcast by pharmacists, for pharmacists, brought to you by the AJP. Each episode, join a diverse panel of pharmacists from all settings and experience levels discussing topics that affect pharmacists in day to day practice – such as ability & gender diversity in pharmacy, and medicinal cannabis. The podcast by pharmacists, for pharmacists, brought to you by the AJP. Each episode, join a diverse panel of pharmacists from all settings and experience levels discussing topics that affect pharmacists in day to day practice – such as ability & gender diversity in pharmacy, and medicinal cannabis. Australian Journal of Pharmacy admin@ajp.com.au clean No https://ajp.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/AJP-Podcast-logo_1600x1600.jpg The AJP Podcast https://ajp.com.au/podcast/ Tips for success https://ajp.com.au/podcast/tips-for-success/ Thu, 14 Nov 2019 16:06:11 +0000 AJP Staff https://ajp.com.au/?post_type=podcast&p=95620 clinical,podcast,tips A host of leading pharmacists give up their best simple tips to improve your practice as a pharmacist

In our latest AJP podcast, host Carlene McMaugh speaks to number of well-known pharmacists to hear their best tips on how you can improve and refine your work as a pharmacist.

In this episode:

  • Shane Jackson explains how he uses open questions and positive language to gain a patient’s trust
  • Penne Wood explains why you don;t need to know everything, and how patients will appreciate you even more if you double-check  
  • Chris Campbell outlines a novel way to prevent skin irritation from transdermal patches
  • Kay Dunkley talks about how she found the best way to teach young children to swallow tablets, and how to administer medicines to babies
  • David Heffernan explains the correct way to treat ticks and related health impacts

Listen to hear these top tips and many other tips from clinical pharmacists and pharmacy thought leaders.

Go here for the full list of current AJP podcasts. These can also be accessed via Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify

 

 

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A host of leading pharmacists give up their best simple tips to improve your practice as a pharmacist

In our latest AJP podcast, host Carlene McMaugh speaks to number of well-known pharmacists to hear their best tips on how you can improve and refine your work as a pharmacist.

In this episode:

  • Shane Jackson explains how he uses open questions and positive language to gain a patient’s trust
  • Penne Wood explains why you don;t need to know everything, and how patients will appreciate you even more if you double-check  
  • Chris Campbell outlines a novel way to prevent skin irritation from transdermal patches
  • Kay Dunkley talks about how she found the best way to teach young children to swallow tablets, and how to administer medicines to babies
  • David Heffernan explains the correct way to treat ticks and related health impacts

Listen to hear these top tips and many other tips from clinical pharmacists and pharmacy thought leaders.

Go here for the full list of current AJP podcasts. These can also be accessed via Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify

 

 

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A host of leading pharmacists give up their best simple tips to improve your practice as a pharmacist

In our latest AJP podcast, host Carlene McMaugh speaks to number of well-known pharmacists to hear their best tips on how you can improve and refine your work as a pharmacist.

In this episode:

  • Shane Jackson explains how he uses open questions and positive language to gain a patient’s trust
  • Penne Wood explains why you don;t need to know everything, and how patients will appreciate you even more if you double-check  
  • Chris Campbell outlines a novel way to prevent skin irritation from transdermal patches
  • Kay Dunkley talks about how she found the best way to teach young children to swallow tablets, and how to administer medicines to babies
  • David Heffernan explains the correct way to treat ticks and related health impacts

Listen to hear these top tips and many other tips from clinical pharmacists and pharmacy thought leaders.

Go here for the full list of current AJP podcasts. These can also be accessed via Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify

 

 

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Pharmacy: the cornerstone of primary care https://ajp.com.au/podcast/pharmacy-the-cornerstone-of-primary-care/ Thu, 31 Oct 2019 16:00:50 +0000 AJP Staff https://ajp.com.au/?post_type=podcast&p=95608 Carlene McMaugh,Cathie Reid,David Heffernan,podcast Why pharmacy needs to move out of the dark ages, and should there be a limited pharmacy prescribing formulary? Experts talk about pharmacy’s past, present and future  

In the second of our podcast series looking at where pharmacy is at, where it’s come from and where it may (or should) be going to, host Carlene McMaugh speaks to a number of leading pharmacists on soem of the key topics and issues.

Among those featured in this podcast are: 

  • David Heffernan explains how technology has driven productivity gains, but for how long will this continue? And why pharmacy needs to make the move out of the ‘dark ages’ and embrace data
  • Elise Apolloni talks about how pharmacy will become the cornerstone of  primary health care in the future, with additional role expansion into limited prescribing, pathology referrals and increased pre-diagnosis
  • Ravi Sharma speaks about how he sees pharmacists becoming increasingly integrated into healthcare teams and taking on ever-expanding clinical roles
  • Cathie Reid says pharmacy must leverage it’s past and present strengths of trust and accessibility to carry it into the future

Hear This

Go here for the full list of current AJP podcasts. These can also be accessed via Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify

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Why pharmacy needs to move out of the dark ages, and should there be a limited pharmacy prescribing formulary? Experts talk about pharmacy’s past, present and future  

In the second of our podcast series looking at where pharmacy is at, where it’s come from and where it may (or should) be going to, host Carlene McMaugh speaks to a number of leading pharmacists on soem of the key topics and issues.

Among those featured in this podcast are: 

  • David Heffernan explains how technology has driven productivity gains, but for how long will this continue? And why pharmacy needs to make the move out of the ‘dark ages’ and embrace data
  • Elise Apolloni talks about how pharmacy will become the cornerstone of  primary health care in the future, with additional role expansion into limited prescribing, pathology referrals and increased pre-diagnosis
  • Ravi Sharma speaks about how he sees pharmacists becoming increasingly integrated into healthcare teams and taking on ever-expanding clinical roles
  • Cathie Reid says pharmacy must leverage it’s past and present strengths of trust and accessibility to carry it into the future

Hear This

Go here for the full list of current AJP podcasts. These can also be accessed via Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify

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Why pharmacy needs to move out of the dark ages, and should there be a limited pharmacy prescribing formulary? Experts talk about pharmacy’s past, present and future  

In the second of our podcast series looking at where pharmacy is at, where it’s come from and where it may (or should) be going to, host Carlene McMaugh speaks to a number of leading pharmacists on soem of the key topics and issues.

Among those featured in this podcast are: 

  • David Heffernan explains how technology has driven productivity gains, but for how long will this continue? And why pharmacy needs to make the move out of the ‘dark ages’ and embrace data
  • Elise Apolloni talks about how pharmacy will become the cornerstone of  primary health care in the future, with additional role expansion into limited prescribing, pathology referrals and increased pre-diagnosis
  • Ravi Sharma speaks about how he sees pharmacists becoming increasingly integrated into healthcare teams and taking on ever-expanding clinical roles
  • Cathie Reid says pharmacy must leverage it’s past and present strengths of trust and accessibility to carry it into the future

Hear This

Go here for the full list of current AJP podcasts. These can also be accessed via Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify

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A quiet revolution https://ajp.com.au/podcast/a-quiet-revolution/ Fri, 18 Oct 2019 15:55:37 +0000 AJP Staff https://ajp.com.au/?post_type=podcast&p=94816 AMin Javanmard,Carlene McMaugh,Jacinta Johnson,Karalyn Huxhagen,podcast,shane jackson The first in a series of podcasts discussing the current state of pharmacy, how it got there and where it’s likely to go in the future

In this podcast, we speak to (among others):

  • Shane Jackson on the recent work value case has highlighted the breadth and depth of contemporary pharmacy practice, and how this has change over the last 20 years
  • Karalyn Huxhagen on how the rise of pharmaco-genomics is bringing compounding back into fashion
  • Jacinta Johnson on the interlinked evolution of the APF and pharmacy practice
  • Amin Javanmard on the changes in pharmacy during his career, in particular the expanding skills and counselling roles of pharmacy and the rise of discounters
  • Podcast host Carlene McMaugh discusses the successful integration of vaccination into pharmacist practice and what implications this will have in the future

Hear This

Go here for the full list of current AJP podcasts. These can also be accessed via Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify

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The first in a series of podcasts discussing the current state of pharmacy, how it got there and where it’s likely to go in the future

In this podcast, we speak to (among others):

  • Shane Jackson on the recent work value case has highlighted the breadth and depth of contemporary pharmacy practice, and how this has change over the last 20 years
  • Karalyn Huxhagen on how the rise of pharmaco-genomics is bringing compounding back into fashion
  • Jacinta Johnson on the interlinked evolution of the APF and pharmacy practice
  • Amin Javanmard on the changes in pharmacy during his career, in particular the expanding skills and counselling roles of pharmacy and the rise of discounters
  • Podcast host Carlene McMaugh discusses the successful integration of vaccination into pharmacist practice and what implications this will have in the future

Hear This

Go here for the full list of current AJP podcasts. These can also be accessed via Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify

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The first in a series of podcasts discussing the current state of pharmacy, how it got there and where it’s likely to go in the future

In this podcast, we speak to (among others):

  • Shane Jackson on the recent work value case has highlighted the breadth and depth of contemporary pharmacy practice, and how this has change over the last 20 years
  • Karalyn Huxhagen on how the rise of pharmaco-genomics is bringing compounding back into fashion
  • Jacinta Johnson on the interlinked evolution of the APF and pharmacy practice
  • Amin Javanmard on the changes in pharmacy during his career, in particular the expanding skills and counselling roles of pharmacy and the rise of discounters
  • Podcast host Carlene McMaugh discusses the successful integration of vaccination into pharmacist practice and what implications this will have in the future

Hear This

Go here for the full list of current AJP podcasts. These can also be accessed via Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify

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Pain: the new paradigm https://ajp.com.au/podcast/pain-part-2/ Wed, 25 Sep 2019 17:05:42 +0000 AJP Staff https://ajp.com.au/?post_type=podcast&p=92497 Carlene McMaugh,codeine,pain,S3,scheduling Has pharmacy moved on from the codeine upscheduling? Our panel talks about the new paradigm in pain management by pharmacists

In the second of our podcasts on pain treatment and management we look at the aftermath of the upscheduling of codeine. Have pharmacists moved on? Has the new scheduling actually enhanced pain management in the pharmacy setting? What are the new, expanding treatment options?

Our host Carlene McMaugh speaks to Jacinta Johnson, Sam Kaitanpaa, Simon Carroll, Penny Wood, Mark Naunton and others

Click here to go to part one of the this two-part Podcast series 

Hear This

Go here for the full list of current AJP podcasts. These can also be accessed via Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify

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Has pharmacy moved on from the codeine upscheduling? Our panel talks about the new paradigm in pain management by pharmacists

In the second of our podcasts on pain treatment and management we look at the aftermath of the upscheduling of codeine. Have pharmacists moved on? Has the new scheduling actually enhanced pain management in the pharmacy setting? What are the new, expanding treatment options?

Our host Carlene McMaugh speaks to Jacinta Johnson, Sam Kaitanpaa, Simon Carroll, Penny Wood, Mark Naunton and others

Click here to go to part one of the this two-part Podcast series 

Hear This

Go here for the full list of current AJP podcasts. These can also be accessed via Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify

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Has pharmacy moved on from the codeine upscheduling? Our panel talks about the new paradigm in pain management by pharmacists

In the second of our podcasts on pain treatment and management we look at the aftermath of the upscheduling of codeine. Have pharmacists moved on? Has the new scheduling actually enhanced pain management in the pharmacy setting? What are the new, expanding treatment options?

Our host Carlene McMaugh speaks to Jacinta Johnson, Sam Kaitanpaa, Simon Carroll, Penny Wood, Mark Naunton and others

Click here to go to part one of the this two-part Podcast series 

Hear This

Go here for the full list of current AJP podcasts. These can also be accessed via Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and Spotify

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The question of pain https://ajp.com.au/podcast/the-question-of-pain/ Thu, 05 Sep 2019 17:00:18 +0000 AJP Staff https://ajp.com.au/?post_type=podcast&p=92495 codeine,FIP,medication,pain,PSA,scheduling In the first of a two-part series, Carlene McMaugh talks to a range of pharmacy experts about pain management.

In particular we look at the impact of scheduling changes – considering how both pharmacist and patient attitudes and ideas have altered – and how pharmacists can, and should, separate population-wide medication strategies from individual patient requirements and care.

What are the role and limitations of medications? How can pharmacists work as part of pain management teams? How should we approach patients about their pain care and make the process a personal one?

We also look at the impact of changes on pharmacy profitability 

Among those whom Carlene speaks to are Chris Campbell, Dr Shane Jackson, Renae Beardmore, FIP CEO Dr Catherine Duggan, Sandra Minas and Ravi Sharma

Click here to see the full list of AJP podcasts

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In the first of a two-part series, Carlene McMaugh talks to a range of pharmacy experts about pain management.

In particular we look at the impact of scheduling changes – considering how both pharmacist and patient attitudes and ideas have altered – and how pharmacists can, and should, separate population-wide medication strategies from individual patient requirements and care.

What are the role and limitations of medications? How can pharmacists work as part of pain management teams? How should we approach patients about their pain care and make the process a personal one?

We also look at the impact of changes on pharmacy profitability 

Among those whom Carlene speaks to are Chris Campbell, Dr Shane Jackson, Renae Beardmore, FIP CEO Dr Catherine Duggan, Sandra Minas and Ravi Sharma

Click here to see the full list of AJP podcasts

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In the first of a two-part series, Carlene McMaugh talks to a range of pharmacy experts about pain management.

In particular we look at the impact of scheduling changes – considering how both pharmacist and patient attitudes and ideas have altered – and how pharmacists can, and should, separate population-wide medication strategies from individual patient requirements and care.

What are the role and limitations of medications? How can pharmacists work as part of pain management teams? How should we approach patients about their pain care and make the process a personal one?

We also look at the impact of changes on pharmacy profitability 

Among those whom Carlene speaks to are Chris Campbell, Dr Shane Jackson, Renae Beardmore, FIP CEO Dr Catherine Duggan, Sandra Minas and Ravi Sharma

Click here to see the full list of AJP podcasts

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Remuneration: it affects everyone https://ajp.com.au/podcast/remuneration-it-affects-everyone/ Wed, 14 Aug 2019 15:50:09 +0000 AJP Staff https://ajp.com.au/?post_type=podcast&p=90973 Carlene McMaugh,pay,remuneration,Sam Kaitanpaa The second of our podcast series focusing on what can be done to improve pharmacist, and pharmacy, remuneration

In this episode, Carlene McMaugh speaks to wide range of pharmacists – from leaders to recent graduates – to gauge views on the state of remuneration in pharmacy.

Employees, employers, students, academics, advocates and representatives of the profession discuss how we can educate the public, governments and payers on this topic of profession-wide importance. 

Click here to listen to part one of our look at remuneration

Do you enjoy our podcasts? If so, please subscribe, rate and review our podcasts to help others find our podcast series 

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The second of our podcast series focusing on what can be done to improve pharmacist, and pharmacy, remuneration

In this episode, Carlene McMaugh speaks to wide range of pharmacists – from leaders to recent graduates – to gauge views on the state of remuneration in pharmacy.

Employees, employers, students, academics, advocates and representatives of the profession discuss how we can educate the public, governments and payers on this topic of profession-wide importance. 

Click here to listen to part one of our look at remuneration

Do you enjoy our podcasts? If so, please subscribe, rate and review our podcasts to help others find our podcast series 

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The second of our podcast series focusing on what can be done to improve pharmacist, and pharmacy, remuneration

In this episode, Carlene McMaugh speaks to wide range of pharmacists – from leaders to recent graduates – to gauge views on the state of remuneration in pharmacy.

Employees, employers, students, academics, advocates and representatives of the profession discuss how we can educate the public, governments and payers on this topic of profession-wide importance. 

Click here to listen to part one of our look at remuneration

Do you enjoy our podcasts? If so, please subscribe, rate and review our podcasts to help others find our podcast series 

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On the money, or not? https://ajp.com.au/podcast/on-the-money-or-not/ Wed, 31 Jul 2019 19:00:46 +0000 AJP Staff https://ajp.com.au/?post_type=podcast&p=90972 Carlene McMaugh,income,pay,Pharmacy,remuneration It’s one of the hottest topics in pharmacy: what do our panel say about the state of pharmacist and pharmacy remuneration

In this episode, Carlene McMaugh speaks to wide range of pharmacists – from leaders to recent graduates – to gauge views on the state of remuneration in pharmacy.

We look at the interconnection between pharmacist pay and pharmacy income, whether pharmacist skills are being adequately remunerated, caps on accredited pharmacists and are pharmacists recognised for their value, risks and responsibilities?

Among those Carlene speaks to are Sam Kaitanpaa, Jacinta Johnson, Karalyn Huxhagen, Ravi Sharma, Cathie Reid and some recent NAPSA leaders. 

The second part of our look at remuneration will be available on Thursday 15 August.

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It’s one of the hottest topics in pharmacy: what do our panel say about the state of pharmacist and pharmacy remuneration

In this episode, Carlene McMaugh speaks to wide range of pharmacists – from leaders to recent graduates – to gauge views on the state of remuneration in pharmacy.

We look at the interconnection between pharmacist pay and pharmacy income, whether pharmacist skills are being adequately remunerated, caps on accredited pharmacists and are pharmacists recognised for their value, risks and responsibilities?

Among those Carlene speaks to are Sam Kaitanpaa, Jacinta Johnson, Karalyn Huxhagen, Ravi Sharma, Cathie Reid and some recent NAPSA leaders. 

The second part of our look at remuneration will be available on Thursday 15 August.

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It’s one of the hottest topics in pharmacy: what do our panel say about the state of pharmacist and pharmacy remuneration

In this episode, Carlene McMaugh speaks to wide range of pharmacists – from leaders to recent graduates – to gauge views on the state of remuneration in pharmacy.

We look at the interconnection between pharmacist pay and pharmacy income, whether pharmacist skills are being adequately remunerated, caps on accredited pharmacists and are pharmacists recognised for their value, risks and responsibilities?

Among those Carlene speaks to are Sam Kaitanpaa, Jacinta Johnson, Karalyn Huxhagen, Ravi Sharma, Cathie Reid and some recent NAPSA leaders. 

The second part of our look at remuneration will be available on Thursday 15 August.

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Diversity in pharmacy https://ajp.com.au/podcast/diversity-in-pharmacy/ Thu, 18 Jul 2019 16:18:33 +0000 AJP Staff https://ajp.com.au/?post_type=podcast&p=88393 diversity,gender,race This week’s podcast looks at the controversial topic of diversity in pharmacy

In a profession that has been female-dominated (numerically) for many years, is this being reflected in opportunity? Similarly, how representative is pharmacy for minority groups?

Our podcast team discuss the state of play and what needs to be done to progress the profession and give equal opportunity to all, across the full gamut of practice and career paths

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This week’s podcast looks at the controversial topic of diversity in pharmacy

In a profession that has been female-dominated (numerically) for many years, is this being reflected in opportunity? Similarly, how representative is pharmacy for minority groups?

Our podcast team discuss the state of play and what needs to be done to progress the profession and give equal opportunity to all, across the full gamut of practice and career paths

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This week’s podcast looks at the controversial topic of diversity in pharmacy

In a profession that has been female-dominated (numerically) for many years, is this being reflected in opportunity? Similarly, how representative is pharmacy for minority groups?

Our podcast team discuss the state of play and what needs to be done to progress the profession and give equal opportunity to all, across the full gamut of practice and career paths

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Getting qualified https://ajp.com.au/podcast/getting-qualified/ Wed, 26 Jun 2019 16:40:58 +0000 AJP Staff https://ajp.com.au/?post_type=podcast&p=88392 degree,podcast,qualification How are pharmacy degrees changing? Are they keeping pace with a changing profession? Our latest podcast looks at the evolution of pharmacy qualifications

In this podcast our team cover the evolution of pharmacy qualifications, looking at topics such as how are pharmacy undergraduate degrees changing? How often should curricula be reviewed? Can pharmacy degrees be broadened? or should pharmacy undergraduates be able to choose a specialisation early in their course?

Our team of experts: academics and pharmacists discuss the state of play around the changing nature of a pharmacy degree   

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How are pharmacy degrees changing? Are they keeping pace with a changing profession? Our latest podcast looks at the evolution of pharmacy qualifications

In this podcast our team cover the evolution of pharmacy qualifications, looking at topics such as how are pharmacy undergraduate degrees changing? How often should curricula be reviewed? Can pharmacy degrees be broadened? or should pharmacy undergraduates be able to choose a specialisation early in their course?

Our team of experts: academics and pharmacists discuss the state of play around the changing nature of a pharmacy degree   

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How are pharmacy degrees changing? Are they keeping pace with a changing profession? Our latest podcast looks at the evolution of pharmacy qualifications

In this podcast our team cover the evolution of pharmacy qualifications, looking at topics such as how are pharmacy undergraduate degrees changing? How often should curricula be reviewed? Can pharmacy degrees be broadened? or should pharmacy undergraduates be able to choose a specialisation early in their course?

Our team of experts: academics and pharmacists discuss the state of play around the changing nature of a pharmacy degree   

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Medicinal cannabis https://ajp.com.au/podcast/medicinal-cannabis/ Wed, 12 Jun 2019 17:53:57 +0000 AJP Staff https://ajp.com.au/?post_type=podcast&p=88390 Cathie Reid,Jacinta Johnson,Karlayn Huxhagen,medicinal cannabis,podcast In the latest AJP podcast, Carlene McMaugh talks to pharmacy opinion leaders on the controversial, emerging therapeutic option of medicinal cannabis

In this episode, speakers including Sam Kaitanpaa, Jacinta Johnson, Karalyn Huxhagen and Cathie Reid discuss the evidence for and against the use of medicinal cannabis by patients, the TGA’s approach to approval and the approach pharmacists should take in approaching the topic professionally, and with patients.

For previous AJP podcasts, click here

Presented by AJP, Jarrod McMaugh and Carlene McMaugh (pictured above)

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In the latest AJP podcast, Carlene McMaugh talks to pharmacy opinion leaders on the controversial, emerging therapeutic option of medicinal cannabis

In this episode, speakers including Sam Kaitanpaa, Jacinta Johnson, Karalyn Huxhagen and Cathie Reid discuss the evidence for and against the use of medicinal cannabis by patients, the TGA’s approach to approval and the approach pharmacists should take in approaching the topic professionally, and with patients.

For previous AJP podcasts, click here

Presented by AJP, Jarrod McMaugh and Carlene McMaugh (pictured above)

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In the latest AJP podcast, Carlene McMaugh talks to pharmacy opinion leaders on the controversial, emerging therapeutic option of medicinal cannabis

In this episode, speakers including Sam Kaitanpaa, Jacinta Johnson, Karalyn Huxhagen and Cathie Reid discuss the evidence for and against the use of medicinal cannabis by patients, the TGA’s approach to approval and the approach pharmacists should take in approaching the topic professionally, and with patients.

For previous AJP podcasts, click here

Presented by AJP, Jarrod McMaugh and Carlene McMaugh (pictured above)

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