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Uncertainty is rife about the role of pharmacists in the treatment of bad breath, and most of the profession feel their education is lacking in …

Extreme workloads are often a contributing factor to pharmacist errors occurring – with numbers of complaints rising, warns Pharmacy Council of NSW There is a …

AHPRA is calling for changes that would mean pharmacists could nominate one or more aliases to be recorded on the public register Any changes could …

ED cream mistakenly prescribed for dry eye; pharmacy staff keep Irish Minister safe; cigarette sales banned in New York pharmacies Glasgow, UK: A Glasgow woman …

A WA pharmacy owner has been convicted, fined and reprimanded for selling a prohibited drug to a man known to police A WA pharmacist and …

Nineteen months have been added to the trial, with the period for patient enrolment also extended The Federal Government has announced a 19-month extension of …

TGA issues safety reminder and advises of updates to infliximab product information Changes to the product information of Remicade (infliximab) have been flagged by the …

The Alfred Hospital’s pharmacy service will become the sole site for storing and dispensing voluntary assisted dying medications across Victoria In late 2017 Victoria’s Parliament …

The AMA has again taken a swipe at pharmacists over proposed changes in Queensland, saying they will put GPs out of a job Australian Medical …

Pharmacy student group NAPSA comes out in support of pill testing at festivals and fixed public locations  Pharmacy students say they support the view of …

The new year is with us, and AJP is back and ready to report all the news and views relevant to pharmacy Our first daily …

As of 1 January 2019, NSW pharmacists can now provide dTpa and MMR vaccines in addition to influenza vaccines, to anyone 16 years and over …