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AJP’s editor will be growing a moustache in November to raise money for the Pharmacists’ Support Service Pharmacists have been pushed to their limits in 2020, with the Pharmacy Support …

AJP speaks with 2020 Pharmacist of the Year Kay Dunkley about how she came to be at the forefront of practitioner wellbeing Last month, Kay Dunkley was named Pharmacist of …

A man has been charged after he allegedly smashed a COVID screen into a pharmacist’s face, as a Victorian pharmacist recounts an incident of violence at her own store The …

“I can’t be out by five – I can’t pack up the pharmacy,” says Anja Faustein, owner of the Elizabeth Street Pharmacy in Melbourne, on Monday morning – only days …

The TGA has issued an infringement notice for $2,664 to a Sydney-based pharmacist for the alleged unlawful importation of medical face masks in relation to COVID-19 The pharmacist allegedly breached …

Registrations opened for APP, pharmacists encountered aggressive patients, and CWH reported a lift in sales while another network announced it was closing some stores… This week, Chemist Warehouse co-founder Jack …

AJP speaks to the pharmacist who recently had a customer smash a Perspex screen into his face, who says he’s copped more physical and verbal abuse in the past year …

The API group has released its 2020 full year results, with reported earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) of $4.4 million and reported Net Profit After Tax (NPAT) of minus …

As the final hearing into the aged care sector takes place, stakeholders are calling for change – with one group calling for nothing less than a complete overhaul of the …

GPs are worried about their safety as real time prescription monitoring is introduced – but this misses the point about harm minimisation, say pharmacists The Australian Medical Association Queensland has …

The TGA is warning consumers and health professionals that listed medicines containing herbal ingredients from the Artemisia species may pose a risk during pregnancy Artemisia species have been traditionally used for a variety …

TGA grants approval for import and supply of two alternative products to address the Brevinor and Norimin shortages The TGA advised health professionals and consumers in August that there was …