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As parts of Australia swelter through a heatwave, we take a look at the last week in pharmacy… PSA president Chris Freeman wrote to pharmacy …

What are the pros and cons of locum pharmacy work? AJP asks a recruitment expert… Locum pharmacists are those who work in the place of …

AJP had a chat with Peter Fowler, the new president of the Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia At the conclusion of SHPA’s record-breaking Medicines …

A doctor has been reprimanded for self-prescribing and prescribing in the name of his then partner The Medical Board of Australia has published details of …

A coroner has criticised a GP for ‘sub-optimal’ treatment of a woman who died from respiratory failure ACT woman Lesley Kaye Hasleby was 61 years …

The PSA has asked community pharmacy banner and buying groups not to stock or promote homeopathic products These pharmacy groups should “draw a line in …

Dementia Australia has slammed the misuse of antipsychotic drugs and restraints in nursing homes following new reports In September 2018, the ABC’s Four Corners program …

A measles outbreak in NSW – where pharmacists have just been granted the ability to administer the MMR vaccine – has prompted health stakeholders to …

A doctor, pharmacist and nurse have been accused of hastening the death of a patient using a “grossly excessive” dosage of pain medication Three healthcare …

Did government spending go up? How many scripts did community pharmacies discount? Here are 10 key numbers The Department of Health has released the latest …

The annual NSW/ACT Annual Therapeutic Update hits the Hunter Valley this year Get a head start on your CPD and network with colleagues amongst the …

There’s been a significant rise in patient visits to community pharmacy – another argument for practicing to full scope, says Trent Twomey The Pharmacy Guild …