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Smoke from bushfires that is blanketing Perth city today can irritate airways and trigger asthma, and the Asthma Foundation Western Australia (AFWA) is offering advice for people with asthma to …

Community pharmacy is a marriage of professional retail and health services and they fit together nicely—but making this marriage work well demands a mastery that no other profession calls for, …

The Guild has released its latest online pharmacist CPD course, Know and love your top 100 customers. This course highlights the value a pharmacy’s top 100 customers add to a …

Sufferers and their health professionals could benefit by viewing endometriosis from a pain management perspective – not just a fertility perspective. So says Donna Ciccia, director and co-founder of Endometriosis …

Kids in all regions of the world are affected by a range of eye diseases and conditions that can permanently impact their lives – and even in Australia, 20% of …

Industry leaders have congratulated Dr Suzanne Hill, the Chair of the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee, who is set to take on a new role with the World Health Organization. Dr …

The National Stroke Foundation, Pharmacy Guild of NSW and NSW Government have teamed up to bring NSW South Coast residents free blood pressure checks and health assessments – and the …

PSA national president Grant Kardachi says it’s time to dispel any pessimism about the future of pharmacy: there’s plenty of opportunities for incorporating services beyond the dispensing counter, he says. …

Professional Pharmacists Australia believes that the way pharmacy is currently structured is failing young pharmacists and is not fully utilising their skills. This failure is occurring at the same time …

Medicines Australia’s critical analysis of successive Intergenerational Reports (IGR) demonstrates that previous successive IGRs seriously overestimated PBS expenditure as a proportion of GDP, and highlights the pitfalls of ignoring significant …

The NAPSA Congress on the Gold Coast saw more than 350 pharmacy students from 19 universities around Australia meet at Griffith University to find out what’s in their future. The …

Around 80% of Queensland cancer survivors do not receive the care or support they need after treatment, Queensland’s 1000 Survivor Study has found. Cancer Council Queensland has revealed the first …