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Lowering the default amount of opioid pills in EMRs may reduce prescribing in midst of an opioid crisis, new study finds A new study published …

With a new choice on the market, we look into what pharmacists need to know about insulin pumps for patients with diabetes Since 1 July …

Australian scientists have helped to uncover 41 genetic regions, which are estimated to account for about 40% of the genetic risk of hayfever A large …

A study of more than 131,000 patients has found pharmacists were able to alleviate GP workload by following up new hypertensive prescriptions In the UK, …

TGA reminds health professionals to communicate the potential risks of medicines associated with neuropsychiatric adverse events The TGA has issued a reminder to health professionals …

A new study of 1500 participants, recruited through Australian community pharmacies, has found cannabis may not necessarily be a panacea for pain Cannabis has been …

In the mid-1600s, not long after Shakespeare’s time, there was a drug that captured headlines just as ice does today It wove its dark web …

Organisations must remain vigilant to the risk of new errors following the roll-out of eMM systems, say Melbourne medication safety pharmacists While electronic medication management …

New research reveals community pharmacist-led interventions can positively impact on medication adherence, BP control, cholesterol management, COPD and asthma control Researchers from the School of …

AJP looks closely at some of the statements in the recent JPPR debate between GP Dr Evan Ackermann and consultant clinical pharmacist Debbie Rigby This …

Study reveals disproportionately high rates of oxycodone prescribing in a rural area  New Australian research has revealed concerning levels of oxycodone in western Victoria, with …

Pregnant women should always check with a healthcare professional before taking any medicine, says ASMI The Australian Self Medication Industry (ASMI) has reminded consumers that …