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We want you to help us to identify the 12 most influential people in pharmacy In recent years the AJP has asked our readers to vote on pharmacy’s ‘Women of …

Over half of pharmacist recommendations were not actioned by GPs in this randomised trial Researchers from the universities of Bristol, Bath, Reading, Sydney and Laval have examined the impact of …

More than 10% of the world’s children are not being vaccinated against preventable diseases such as measles, diphtheria and tetanus, new data show The World Health Organization and UNICEF’s new …

A pharmacist has been ordered not to work more than 40 hours a week, after she took medicines from a hospital in 2014 For 10 weeks in 2014, the pharmacist …

AJP chats with Erin Cooper from Charles Sturt University, who has been chosen to lead her peers over the next year Twenty-one-year-old Erin Cooper has been elected as National Australian …

The oral contraceptive pill should be available over-the-counter, writes a mainstream media journalist – and a Guild spokesperson hopes access could soon be easier Cassandra Morgan, who has recently moved …

Anthony White steps down as CEO of TerryWhite Chemmart TerryWhite Chemmart CEO Anthony White announced on Tuesday that he will step down after 11 years at the helm of one …

This week’s report into polypharmacy highlights the need for regular medicine reviews for older Australians — a task best performed by pharmacists, says the PSA The report, from the University …

Leading pharmacist joins call for colleagues to be integrated in residential aged care facilities – with community pharmacy too separated from the point of care Pharmacist researcher and PSA’s SA/NT …

Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest in research news Safety of Proton Pump Inhibitors in patients receiving rivaroxaban or aspirin In a large placebo-controlled randomized trial, pantoprazole was …

The number of Australians aged 70-plus taking at least five medicines a day has crept up to nearly a million – and pharmacists are in a good position to help …

The TGA has issued a clarification saying that state and territory governments will continue to be responsible for regulating fluoride in tap water “Legislative amendments made on 11 July 2019 …

Whether a pharmacy employee was unfairly dismissed involved the timing of sick leave as well as a paid employment trial In March 2019, the former employee of a Queensland TerryWhite …