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Labor says it is “surprised and disappointed” by the Liberals’ recent attempt to double the prescription volume of common drugs without consulting the Guild Following “high-level” talks with the Labor …

Australia’s Chief Medical Officer has cited the benefits of embedding pharmacists in aged care facilities before the Royal Commission into Aged Care Trials embedding pharmacists in residential aged care facilities …

A new report has found that a significant number of Australians could be living with undiagnosed, untreated or uncontrolled high blood pressure The report, from the Baker Heart and Diabetes …

The AJP Podcast is here! Listen to the first two episodes. Here’s what it’s all about Welcome to our podcast by pharmacists, for pharmacists, brought to you by the AJP. …

Pharmacists shouldn’t be “prescription police;” confusion reigns in Arkansas; too much red tape in Ireland UK: Pharmacists should not be the “prescription police,” the chair of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society …

The National Union of Workers has turned its attention to Sigma, alleging “grubby tactics and casualisation” Speaking to the ABC on Wednesday, workers alleged that prescription medicines that need to …

Which party, if any, do pharmacists think offers the best option for the profession? Here’s the results of our poll  All the polls and pundits are tipping a close federal …

Amid surges of flu around the country, the Guild’s Trent Twomey is urging the Queensland Government to lower the age for pharmacist vaccination Meanwhile in South Australia, Professor Paddy Phillips, …

Back pain is likely to be underreported, say US researchers, despite findings that more than a quarter of working adults have some form of lower back pain The researchers say …

We want to know if your workplace employs a pharmacist dedicated mainly to the provision of professional services The recently published UTS Pharmacy Barometer asked 178 pharmacy owners and owner managers whether …

How many pharmacists have been found to be non-compliant with Board registration standards? In 2017/18, AHPRA audited 7,193 practitioners across all 15 regulated health professions. During an audit, a practitioner …

A man has died by overdose in a GP surgery after taking drugs alongside the GP’s daughter – who also worked at the practice A 43-year-old man from Adelaide has …