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Pharmacy students share thoughts on profession in new survey, with nearly 60% reporting negative COVID-19 impact on studies Pay rates remain the biggest concern for Australian pharmacy students upon entering …

Pharmacy leader signals likely involvement for some pharmacist immunisers as part of Phase 1 of the COVID-19 vaccine strategy A limited number of pharmacists are expected to be utilised during …

As we get into the swing of 2021, issues around questioning worrying scripts, rural maintenance and the COVID-19 vaccine have come into play this week A pharmacist has been reprimanded …

What are the upcoming plans for AJP Daily? Plus, some news about our print and e-magazine We will be sending out our usual AJP Daily newsletter on Monday, 25 January, …

A pharmacist has been fined after he snooped in the health information of a person with whom he had been in a car accident The Office of the Information and …

Government set to issue call for pharmacists to express interest in COVID vax program participation The Federal government is seeking pharmacists and GPs to express interest in participation in the …

Interns enable greater service provision in community pharmacies – more so than pharmacy size or banner group status, say study authors A cross-sectional study conducted by researchers from Curtin University, …

Leading GPs have slammed a PSA proposal, with one saying managing non-urgent Emergency presentations in pharmacy is not “just a fun, income-generating exercise” Last week, the Pharmaceutical Society’s NSW Branch …

After a pharmacist was reprimanded for dispensing a medicine which killed her patient, PDL offers some advice on discussing worrying scripts with doctors Earlier this week, the AJP reported on …

Funding program for rural, regional and remote pharmacy misses the mark, say pharmacists who claim they are worse off under recent changes The new Regional Pharmacy Maintenance Allowance (RPMA) does …

Curriculum guide to support educators in helping pharmacists better prevent substandard or falsified medicines and medical products from reaching patients now available The guide has been published by the International …

Pharmacists report the worst shortages they can recall, as an AMA head suggests stockpiling of critical drugs and a return to Australian manufacturing Patients are being slammed by the cost …